Best Boba Shops

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Best Boba Shops

Seniors enjoying some much needed boba! Photo by Ella Shi

Seniors enjoying some much needed boba! Photo by Ella Shi

Seniors enjoying some much needed boba! Photo by Ella Shi

Seniors enjoying some much needed boba! Photo by Ella Shi

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The boba trend has recently exploded in popularity. Boba is a popular Asian drink that is making its way to the U.S. Boba are the small, sweet chewy pearls at the bottom of either a tea or fruit drink. With boba shops popping up everywhere, the Royal Reporter wants to make sure you know which places are actually worth checking out.

Boba Crush

848 E Garvey Ave D, Monterey Park

Great photo opportunity at Boba Crush. Photo by Ella Shi

The best part about this Boba Crush is the flower wall and the cute swing that is perfect for pictures. Some of the best drinks at Boba Crush include their Tiramisu Oolong milk tea, matcha latte, and jasmine tea. Besides the wonderful taste of all their drinks, the creative and adorable decoration at Boba Crush is a major draw for all those looking for an Instagram-able moment. 

Tan-Cha

18423 Colima Rd, Rowland Heights

Tan-Cha’s amazing Tiramisu milk tea. Photo by Ella Shi

Tan-Cha’s Tiramisu milk tea tastes like combining tiramisu cake and milk tea- and who doesn’t like that? It has a sea salt foam with cocoa powder on top. It is an incredibly creative mixture of items that has an unfamiliar but delicious taste. While the atmosphere at Tan-Cha is not nearly as glamorous their excellent boba drinks make them a spot worth checking out.

WUSHliLand Boba

140 W Valley Blvd Suite#104, San Gabriel

WUSHliLand Boba’s classic milk tea with mini boba. Photo by Ella Shi

The best part about their milk tea is that it has a slight but delightful caramel taste. The mini boba at WUSHliLand is less chewy and has a more interesting texture than many of its counterparts. WUSHliLand has a very comfortable atmosphere with many couches lining the walls where you can rest and enjoy your drink.

Kung Fu Tea

729 N Placentia Ave, Fullerton

Sue Kim ’19 and Ella Shi ’19 chilling out at Kung Fu Tea. Photo by Rebekah Barnabas

Kung Fu Tea has great boba quality and creativity. Kung Fu Tea, unlike many boba shops, has both regular brown sugar boba and white boba. Their boba is reliable and never disappoints with its well cooked chewy texture and a natural brown sugar taste.

Sharetea

2445 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton

An assortment of Sharetea drinks. Photo by Rebekah Barnabas

Sharetea is a 5-minute drive from Rosary. It is a really convenient drive for all Rosary girls looking to fulfill their after school boba cravings. Sharetea is a great place to hangout with friends and relax. At Sharetea, the boba is almost always a perfect consistency and is made fresh on the spot. Maddy Ye ’21 said, “I always like to go to Sharetea on Friday afterschool. It is so close and a great way to start my weekend.”

Consider trying boba at one of these great places, and comment if you do. We’d love to hear your thoughts.

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