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Bubble tea is known by several other interesting names – Boba milk tea, tapioca pearl tea, BBT and QQ. It was invented in Taiwan 20 years ago as a treat for children. The flavoured, milk-based drink comes in pastel colours and is popular with teenagers everywhere.
The black ‘bubbles’ in this drink are the real novelty; made from tapioca (Urdu: sagodana) pearls, these marble-sized balls are soft and chewy.