Saturday, May 21, 2005

Mmmmm... Tapioca

Today, I tried bubble tea for the first time.

Ohhhhhhh my God. I think this might have been my food ecstasy

Pei, this is very bad. I'm afraid that I will go broke next year running to that little shop near Aladdins that sells bubble tea.

6 Comments:

At 1:16 AM , Blogger lasoe said...

hehe. my favorite is Taro.. It's quite good, isn't it?

 
At 9:49 AM , Blogger Queen PLC said...

YAY! You've finally been inducted into the Bubble Tea club! So where did you find it? That's what I love about DC - good food and great variety all over the area, not just clustered in one place.

But all is not lost. Every place makes their bubble tea differently. So you might not like the ones made back here. Which would make your pocketbook happy, but your taste buds very very sad ;)

 
At 12:54 PM , Blogger vesna said...

Wait. Let me get this straight. You've waited how long to try bubble tea? And with such friends as you have? Tsk tsk, I am most disappointed in you. Bubble Tea has long been the holy grail...

 
At 1:30 PM , Blogger J said...

Lord, I'm gonna get me some Bubble Tea.

 
At 2:05 PM , Blogger katze said...

Vesna, my dear, it's long been on my list, I've just never gotten around to it. What with all my food allergies, I don't spend a lot of time in establishments that are likely to serve it, you know. This opportunity came when I got lost trying to find DSW yesterday and ended up in some hole-in-the-wall strip mall where someone was running a booth. I don't know if I could find it again if I tried.

 
At 10:58 PM , Blogger EEP said...

Oh god I love Bubble tea. I'm insane about it. I'm seriously nuts. I love taro bubble tea to an insane degree. And that includes things mixed with it (Taro-almond...taro-chocolate, taro-cookies and cream). The best I've found is in New Brunswick at "I's Cafe." It's so hard to get a cup just the way I like it here in Pitt. In Squirrel Hill there is the Rose Tea Cafe if you want to check it out. Personally, I think they let the tea overpower any flavor they put in. Lulu's makes it...badly (too chunky!). The Beehive, if you get the right person, can do a decent job. I'm rambling! Bubble tea gets me that way! oh I miss it!

 

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