Have you ever seen people walking around with multicolored drinks that are full of little round balls? These delicious concoctions are a Taiwanese invention known as bubble tea.

Below you’ll find a list of the ten most popular bubble tea flavors in the world. The flavors of bubble tea vary wildly, and there are lots of different sweeteners and syrups you can add to them.

What Is Bubble Tea?

Bubble tea, also known as boba milk tea or pearl milk tea, originated in Taiwan but has since spread across the entire world as a popular tea-time beverage.

Taro Milk Bubble Tea

Taro is an Asian tuber with a nutty, slightly sweet flavor that goes well with milk tea. If you’ve ever eaten a sweet potato, the flavor of taro is quite similar.

Matcha Milk Bubble Tea

Matcha milk bubble tea is Japan’s contribution to the bubble tea craze, and this version of bubble tea involves a creamy green tea.

Tiger milk tea is a caramel-flavored bubble tea named for the stripes that develop in this drink when it is layered with a brown sugar syrup.

Tiger Milk Bubble Tea

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