Teapioca Lounge has been working diligently on adding new items to the menu and has recently launched a new Lemonade Series as well as adding other refreshing beverages to the menu. We have also been working on getting trademarked for Cream Blast and Boba Bursters, which are our names for milk tea and sinkers.

The hottest thing to hit Teapioca Lounge will be the coolest thing to hit your tastebuds. The Lemonade Blast Series features refreshing drinks that are sure to be your thirst-quencher this summer. These are not your traditional drinks. These are lemonade slushies and juices with a blast of flavor. Watermelon Lemonade Slushie is made with fresh watermelon and lemon juice. Strawberry, Cherry and Raspberry Lemonade Slushies are also a choice of flavored lemon slushies. The flavored lemonade blasts come in original as well as fruity flavors like grape, pineapple, mango, and orange to name a few. If you are craving a glass of a cool and crisp refreshment while taking in some summer fun, flavored lemonade blasts and slushies will hit your tastebuds with a tantalizing chill so you can enjoy the summer comfortably.

Irish Cream Blast Tea entered the menu of milk tea series and has gained attention with its rich, toffee and nutty flavor. The Irish Cream enhances the flavor of cream tea which gives the beverage a full bodied delicacy. Customers also enjoy beverages with Irish Cream flavored in Cappucino Frappiocas and coffees.

Teapioca Lounge integrates technology with our teas to provide an entertaining environment, and has extended this atmosphere to go wherever the customer goes by developing mobile app games. Our newest addition to this innovative technology is creating Boba Islands: Quest for Gold. Choose between four exciting characters to take the quest in a jungle themed adventure.

As Teapioca is moving forward to getting Cream Blast trademarked, we are also working on getting Boba Bursters trademarked. 

What’s New in the World of Boba Tea?

The U.S. is a big coffee drinking country, with each person consuming on average 8 fluid ounces every day. However, tea is fast making a big impact in the beverage industry. Tea consumption is already at one-third that of coffee and boba tea is helping to increase the number. Those craving new flavors who want to retain the social aspect of coffee drinking are replacing coffee shops with tea lounges.

 What you need to know about Oolong Teas

When compared to black and green teas, oolong teas are the oldest. The origin of Oolong teas is Fujin Province, China. They started drinking it in the 17th century. In Chinese, it is referred to as ‘dark green tea’.  A plant named Camellia Sinensis is the origin of this tea. This Chinese tea plant is the one that also produces green and black teas. The difference is brought about by the way they are treated during harvesting, and even the way they are aged and treated.

 Amazing facts about Green Teas

According to a Chinese legend, a man called Shien Non Shei went for a walk one day. This was about 5000 years back. He came across a plant which he happened to taste by accident. This man admired the taste of the plant and therefore, he tried to make tea using it. Upon this tea variety being discovered, Chinese made it part of their diets. They brewed it in water in form of very fresh leaves. That is the way that they used to drink tea before the fermentation versions were introduced. Today, the tea is renowned globally. Many people now recognize it as a great medicinal source of antioxidants.

Introducing Black Teas

Thousands of years back, the Chinese used tea as one of the herbal remedies. By the 3rd Century BC, Chinese had started drinking it for pleasure. They not only began cultivating it but also introduced methods of processing it. Their aim was to be able to preserve the fresh leaves.

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