Here at aSIANA FOODS’ our rainbow drink is our version of boba tea. Pictured below is the aSIANA FOODS’ rainbow drink.
Boba tea, also known as bubble tea, is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Tainan in the early 1980s. The drink consists of tea, milk, and tapioca pearls, which are chewy balls made from cassava starch. Boba tea is typically served cold, and it can be made with a variety of different teas, milks, and flavors.
Boba tea has become increasingly popular in recent years, and it can now be found in many countries around the world. The drink is often associated with Taiwanese culture, and it has become a popular way for people to experience Taiwanese culture.
If you’re looking for the best boba tea in Fort Collins, aSIANA FOODS is the place to go. Here are just a few of the reasons why:
- Twist on a Classic: aSIANA FOODS’ This drink is a delicious and refreshing blend of sweet and chewy boba pearls, colorful jello, and creamy milk.. The rainbow boba pearls are cooked until they are soft and chewy, and then they are added to the drink. The jello is added to the drink last, and it gives the drink a fun and colorful look. This drink is perfect for a hot day, and it is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
- Fresh ingredients: aSIANA FOODS uses only the freshest ingredients in their boba tea, which makes a big difference in the taste. Their tea is brewed fresh daily, and their boba pearls are made with tapioca starch and water. This means that their boba tea is always flavorful and never has a stale taste.
- Wide variety of flavors: aSIANA FOODS has a wide variety of boba tea flavors to choose from, so you’re sure to find something you love. They have classic flavors like black milk tea, thai milk tea, and green milk tea, as well as more unique flavors like mango milk tea, strawberry milk tea, and taro milk tea.
- Perfectly chewy boba pearls: aSIANA FOODS’ boba pearls are perfectly chewy and flavorful. They’re made with tapioca starch and water, and they’re cooked to perfection. They’re not too hard or too soft, and they have a delicious chewy texture that pairs perfectly with the tea.