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Personalize Boba Tea with Different Milk Options

Milk tea? 
What do you mean you expected milk tea? 
Oh, fine, yes, we sell boba tea, not boba milk tea, at least for now. 
Know why?
Because we didn't want to be milk imperialists and dictate what kind of milk you might prefer with your boba, okay?

Let's face it, in this day in age, everyone is set in their opinions on what milk to drink. There are whole milk purists, silky soy milkers, the rare skim milk lovers, and everyone in between.

I won't debate with you on which milk is really the best. At least not right now. 

The ability to add the milk of your choice to our boba drinks greatly expands the diversity of taste profiles you can easily enjoy. 

Read on; you'll be a boba-rista in no time.

Apparently, according to very reliable sources, (the internet, duh,) there are at least 22 types of milk you can legally purchase and add to you boba beverage of choice.

Who knew?!

Here’s a future grocery list for you:
    • Whole Milk
    • 2% Milk
    • Low-Fat Milk
    • Organic Milk
    • Skim Milk (Fat-Free Milk)
    • Raw Milk
    • Lactose-Free Milk
    • Flavored Milk
    • Full Cream Milk
    • Soy Milk
    • Almond Milk
    • Rice Milk
    • Buttermilk
    • Ultra-Filtered Milk
    • Evaporated Milk
    • Sweetened Condensed Milk
    • Oat Milk
    • Goat Milk
    • Hemp Milk
    • Coconut Milk
    • Cow Milk
    • Buffalo Milk

The list does in fact have an end, but the possibilities of what to do with the list, endless!

Want to add a nutty flavor to your boba beverage?
Add some almond milk

Having a staycation that you're trying to convince yourself is really a vacation?
We've all been there. 
Add coconut milk to mango juice, and before you know it, you're in a lounger on your tropical getaway.

Looking for a creamier mouthfeel and a more filling experience? Lol. 
Add full cream milk in there! 
We won't judge, but only because you're doing this in the safety of your own home. 

Still hoping to add some extra inches to your height? 
Add in some good old fashion 2% milk
They haven’t fully disproved that theory yet, right? 

Perhaps you are someone who believes strongly in the value of tradition. 
Well, look no further than condensed milk
Condensed milk is typically what is added to milk teas in Taiwan and you know what they say, the classics are classic for a reason. 

Figure out what you like best and make an evening of it. Have your friends bring their favorite kinds of milk over and taste-test the different options.
Milk party! 
Wait, that sounds weird.

Of course, you will have to have a structured debate with a moderator to determine, once and for all, which milk is the best with boba. And who knows, beverage flavor could lend itself to a different milk pairing. Maybe whole milk takes the cake with Assam Tea but goat milk is the clear best pairing with Hojicha Green Tea. Now you'll be buying four different types of milk at the grocery store while trying to avoid the glances of concerned citizens. 

There are endless possibilities for how you can enjoy your boba. You're the artist, the boba is your canvas, and milk is only the beginning.

 That’s right; I just set us up a sequel.

-Abigail (an oat milk girlie)

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