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Frequently Asked Questions

Boba tea has many common misconceptions! Have questions?                 You can probably find them here!


What is Boba?

Boba balls are made from dried cassava root. They turn into a starch, which is then turned into small balls that are used to create tapioca balls.

Once its cooked and sweetened with honey, it becomes warm a chewy.

This boba topping goes by a number of other names, such as boba balls, honey boba, pearls and tapioca balls. 


our boba is alway fresh and made every 4 hours,


What is Crystal Boba?

Crystal boba has a texture that is chewy, yet it isn’t as gelatinous as other types of boba pearls.

It’s also known as agar boba or white pearl tapioca because of the whitish-clear coloring.

Crystal Boba is unique because you can infuse it with other coloring and flavors.  So if you want to make brown or black sugar boba, you just have to soak Crystal Boba in a mixture for 10 minutes. You can infuse crystal boba with any type of flavor you’d like!   

What makes Korean Corndogs different from regular corndogs?

Typical Korean corndogs are wrapped in a thick dough rather than dipped in a liquid batter compared to an American corndog. It is then coated in panko and fried for a satisfying crunch. Sprinkled with sugar for a subtle sweetness and pairs best with our house-made spicy ketchup & honey mustard for a flavor explosion!

What is popping boba?

Popping boba features flavored juice,  which is contained within a clear bubble. That bubble is made out of an extract of seaweed, which has a very mild flavor that is virtually unnoticeable against the juice that is held inside of it.

They come in a variety of flavors such as strawberry, mango, peach and colors to create a truly one-of-a-kind flavor to your beverage. As you bite into these balls, you’ll notice that they have a chewy, yet quite pleasing texture. As soon as you sink your teeth into a popping boba, your taste buds will be overwhelmed (in an amazing way) with an incredible flavor.



Do all of your drinks have caffeine?

All our teas DO contain caffeine, with Jasmine green tea having the least and Assam black tea and Roasted Oolong black tea containing the most

All our Matcha teas and Vietnamese coffees DO include caffeine as well

We do not offer decaffeinated versions of our products.

Cant have caffeine? 

Give one of our blended fruit slushes or Roasted  Brown Tiger Sugar/Strawberry Milk Tea a try instead! 


What dietary restrictions do you include?

We use a variety of dairy products!

i.e. oat milk, almond milk, coconut milk, non-dairy creamer, half-and-half, heavy cream, and organic whole or 2% milk

We offer HALAL options!

We mix cane sugar into our drinks unlike many other places.

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