Waldo Buur

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active 3 months ago
If you’re a fan of Boba Tea, also well known as Bubble Tea then you are most likely familiar with the terms: “Resep Taiwan Milk Tea Tapioca Balls” and/or “Boba Pearls.” If you’re not familiar with such terms, then you might want to know that Tapioca Balls are the main ingredient in the very popular Taiwanese drink – Bubble Tea.This originated […] View
  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If you’re a fan of Boba Tea, also well known as Bubble Tea then you are most likely familiar with the terms: “Resep Taiwan Milk Tea Tapioca Balls” and/or “Boba Pearls.” If you’re not familiar with such terms, then you might want to know that Tapioca Balls are the main ingredient in the very popular Taiwanese drink – Bubble Tea.This originated in…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If you’re a fan of Boba Tea, also well known as Bubble Tea then you are most likely familiar with the terms: “Tapioca Balls” and/or “Boba Pearls.” If you’re not familiar with such terms, then you might want to know that Tapioca Balls are the main ingredient in the very popular Taiwanese drink – Bubble Tea.This originated in the 1980’s in a tea…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwanese…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwanese…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet ชาไต้หวัน Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwane…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bizarre new selfie trend sees woman use their breasts as a way to balance bubble teaFans of bubble tea have embraced a new selfie trend using their breasts The snaps show women balancing tea on their chests and drinking from strawsThe boobs-as-drink-holder sensation started in Japan and has now gone viral By Emilia Mazza For Daily Mail…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwanese…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If you’re a fan of Boba Tea, also well known as Bubble Tea then you are most likely familiar with the terms: “ชานมไข่มุก Tapioca Balls” and/or “Boba Pearls.” If you’re not familiar with such terms, then you might want to know that Tapioca Balls are the main ingredient in the very popular Taiwanese drink – Bubble Tea.This originated in the 1…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Taiwanese bubble-tea chain Jenjudan is opening two locations on Robson StreetAnother day, another story on bubble-tea chains popping up in the city—what else is new?Taiwanese bubble ชาไต้หวัน tea-purveyor Jendudan is gearing up to open several locations around Metro Vancouver this summer.The global chain has already put signage up in downtown Vanc…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwanese…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If the term “boba tea” is quite strange to you, maybe “bubble tea” will ring a bell. Wondering if it can make you upbeat? Yes, it is the best thing that can happen to your tea. This fantastic tea also goes by the label pearl tea, boba drink, milk tea or bubble drink. And it is suitable for any time of the day, any mood you are in, and any season…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If you’re a fan of Boba Tea, also well known as Bubble Tea then you are most likely familiar with the terms: “ชานมไข่มุก Tapioca Balls” and/or “Boba Pearls.” If you’re not familiar with such terms, then you might want to know that Tapioca Balls are the main ingredient in the very popular Taiwanese drink – Bubble Tea.This originated in the 1…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Taiwanese bubble-tea chain Jenjudan is opening two Resep Taiwan Milk Tea locations on Robson StreetAnother day, another story on bubble-tea chains popping up in the city—what else is new?Taiwanese bubble tea-purveyor Jendudan is gearing up to open several locations around Metro Vancouver this summer.The global chain has already put signage up in d…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwanese…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Taiwanese ชานมไข่มุก bubble-tea chain Jenjudan is opening two locations on Robson StreetAnother day, another story on bubble-tea chains popping up in the city—what else is new?Taiwanese bubble tea-purveyor Jendudan is gearing up to open several locations around Metro Vancouver this summer.The global chain has already put signage up in downtow…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If the term “boba tea” is quite strange to you, maybe “Resep Taiwan Milk Tea Bubble tea” will ring a bell. Wondering if it can make you upbeat? Yes, it is the best thing that can happen to your tea. This fantastic tea also goes by the label pearl tea, boba drink, milk tea or bubble drink. And it is suitable for any time of the day, any mood you…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    Bubble Tea Is So Popular, Even the Japanese Mob Is Getting in on ItBubble tea, that sweet Taiwanese drink of the gods, has exploded in popularity in Japan over the past couple of years, with customers waiting up to multiple hours in long lines in front of the more than 300 boba stores in Tokyo. While many of the popular shops are Taiwanese…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    It tasted quite amazing and it was soon added to the tea houses’ menu. In no time, it became the most popular beverage they served.At the beginning, Bubble Tea became a sensation and a delicious treat among the children in Taiwan. However, now with the help of Franchise – it is now equally loved by children and adults alike globally and has taken…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    It tasted quite amazing and it was soon added to the tea houses’ menu. In no time, it became the most popular beverage they served.At the beginning, Bubble Tea became a sensation and a delicious treat among the children in Taiwan. However, now with the help of Franchise – it is now equally loved by children and adults alike globally and has taken…[Read more]

  • Waldo Buur posted an update 3 months ago

    If you’re a fan of Boba Tea, also well known as ชาไต้หวัน Bubble Tea then you are most likely familiar with the terms: “Tapioca Balls” and/or “Boba Pearls.” If you’re not familiar with such terms, then you might want to know that Tapioca Balls are the main ingredient in the very popular Taiwanese drink – Bubble Tea.This originated in the…[Read more]

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