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Premium Bubble Tea Machines, Custom Boba Cups and Wholesale Ingredients
Premium Bubble Tea Machines, Custom Boba Cups and Wholesale Ingredients

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Paper Bubble Tea Straws are the best viable alternative to plastic straws. They can be made in regular and jumbo sizes and are strong enough to burst through the seal of your favorite cup of bubble tea. However, one draw back of paper straws is that they will get soggy if left in liquid too long. This means that it is best to drink your tea in about 15-20 minutes.
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Cool off this summer with Thai Fried Roll Ice Cream!

https://www.bubbleteaology.com/thai-fried-roll-ice-cream/
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Smoothie Sealing Machines

Plastic cup smoothie sealer machines are a necessity for any Bubble Tea shop owner or any shop owner that makes drinks or smoothies. Sealer machines produce an airtight seal on the cup with a special kind of sealer film. This is done by utilizing pressure and heat techniques.

https://www.bubbleteaology.com/smoothie-sealing-machine/
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Bubble Tea Market to Reach 3.2 Billion by 2023!

https://www.bubbleteaology.com/bubble-tea-market-to-reach-3-2-billion/
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Temperatures are beginning to climb and customers will soon be looking for a delicious drink to help cool them off. One option to offer to them is adding fresh fruit to their Bubble Tea. Fresh fruit can also be combined with a fruit syrup to enhance the taste. Additionally, since fruit is naturally sweet, customers do not need to add any extra sweetener.

https://www.bubbleteaology.com/bubble-tea-with-fresh-fruit/
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The main types of tea used to make bubble tea are Green Tea, Oolong Tea and Black Tea. It’s important to remember that all types of tea (except for herbal tea) come from the same tea plant, Camellia sinensis. It is how the tea is processed that will turn it into a specific type of tea.

Green Tea, is very lightly processed so it retains its green color while Black Tea is heavily oxidized and processed giving it the black color. Oolong Tea is right in the middle of Green and Black Tea, it is lightly processed and oxidized.

Because each tea type is different, you want to make sure that you are brewing them differently for your bubble tea.

https://www.bubbleteaology.com/bubble-tea-brewing-guide/
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Los Angeles is a boba lover’s dream come true. So much delicious boba has made it’s way from Taiwan to LA and these shops have combined the best aspects of Authentic Taiwanese Bubble Tea with LA’s avant-guard culture. In no particular order, here is our list for the Top 5 Best Boba Shops in LA.


https://www.bubbleteaology.com/top-5-best-boba-shops-la/
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