At long last, our wait for a bubble tea emoji is finally coming to an end. The Unicode Consortium has announced that the boba emoji will be coming and you'll soon be able to express your love for boba using your keyboard.
Boba is still relatively new to New York City but it's growing nonetheless. Ashley and Jesse of @bobabudz_ share with us their favorite bubble tea shops in the big apple! Check out their top ten boba in NYC
The bubble tea crazy is continuing worldwide as McDonalds in the Philippines have finally caught on. For only P75, you can now get your boba fix at McDonalds with their new Milk Tea McFloat with brown sugar peals.
At temples in Thailand, it is customary to make some divine offering, something people often do as a promise for their prayers to be fulfilled. Usually, devotees offer to Nam Daeng, a bright red soda, but people are now offering boba.
Vancouver, BC, Canada is another hot spot for boba so Michael and Jurn's have got you covered with their favorite bubble tea shops in and around the city. They love boba so much that he even proposed with bubble tea cups! That's a sign of true Boba Love.
Tokyo Tapioca Land, located in the Harajuku district of Tokyo, Japan is an indoor theme park dedicated to bubble tea. The pop-up, runs until Sept. 16, is said to be the first tapioca theme park in the world.
Learn to create your own boba plushie or boba plush keychain with this easy, inexpensive, DIY tutorial. You can take your bubble tea everywhere with you and it won't go bad. They also make great gifts and are highly customizable.