Where To Get Your Bubble Tea Fix In The Seattle Area- Part 2


Today is National Bubble Tea Day! Celebrate by visiting one of the eight places listed here. I've included the link to each spot so you can get more info. 

Bubble Tea, or Boba Tea-whichever you choose to call it, is getting more and more popular in Seattle. Since the beginning of January I've visited eight places I hadn't visited yet. My husband and I usually share a large, so this keeps the calories and sugar down. Bubble Tea shouldn't be an everyday drink because of the cost, a large can be around seven bucks with a tip, and the calories. The drinks are always delicious, so refreshing and tasty. We also love the boba, or pearls, because they're fun to chew. We love walking around the mall or driving around town while sharing a Bubble Tea. 

At the Great Wall Mall in Kent you'll find Bambu. Here we shared a large Passion Fruit tea with boba. The drink was nice and sweet, and had lots of boba.

At Boba T inside Factoria Mall  we had a Strawberry Smoothie with boba. It was so cold, fruity, and refreshing.

We checked out Sharetea on Capital Hill and we each had a drink. My husband drank a Coffee Creama and I had the Oreo Ice Blended with boba. Mine tasted like an Oreo Shake and was oh so rich! 

The Bubble Tea Shop is located at Seattle Center inside The Armory. We had a Passionfruit Tea with Lychee and boba. It was a sweet drink with a lot of textures and nice, chewy boba. 

Inside Westfield Southcenter Mall is Love Tea. That Spring day was a hot one and we wanted some caffeine, so we chose a large frozen coffee with boba. It hit the spot!  

At Coco Fresh Tea in Bellevue we had a Mochachino with boba and it also came with a tasty cheese foam on top. So good!

At the new tea place, Yifang Tea, in Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood we tried the Passionfruit Green Tea with boba. We really liked the mini pearls. This drink was delicious and really fresh tasting.

At Westlake Park in downtown Seattle on certain days is Dreamy Drinks. Seattle's first Bubble Tea Truck. I finally caught them last week and got to try a drink. There was a line since they're pretty popular and people love the idea of a bubble tea truck. We tried the Strawberry Sparkle with boba. It was a sweet, bubbly, and fun drink. 
Go here to read Part One of Where To Get Your Boba Fix in The Seattle Area! 



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