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The Zhao Family launches

“Boba at Home” for Boba Lovers

The Boba at Home DIY project is an innovation from a family of tea lovers that have created an opportunity for people to make and enjoy their favorite drinks from the comfort of their homes. In a similar vein, Boba at Home has launched the DIY Boba box, containing all the key components to make boba tea at home.

Boba tea, otherwise known as bubble milk tea or pearl milk tea was invented in Taiwan during the 1980s and has become increasingly popular across the globe over the years. The tea comes in several varieties, with black pearl milk tea and green pearl milk tea being the two most popular varieties. While Boba tea has gradually become the favorite drink of millions of people in the United States and worldwide, many still struggle to make the drink and enjoy it without having to visit a restaurant or café. This is where The Zhao family is looking to change the narrative with the creation of Boba at Home and the recent launch of the DIY Boba box online.

The DIY kit is ideal for boba lovers and bobaholics across the globe. The kit contains premium tea, tapioca pearls, drinking straws, and non-dairy creamer. Each box includes 8 grams of premium loose-leaf tea, 7.5 ounces of tapioca pearls, 3 ounces of non-dairy powdered creamer, and 4 straws. This makes it easy for tea lovers to make their drink and enjoy it, without having to break the bank or travel long distances. Boba at Home currently offers three main classics – Oolong Tea, Jasmine Green Tea, and Black Tea.

The innovation is coming at the best possible time, as it has become imperative for people to stay at home and keep safe, no thanks to the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic. Boba at Home is also planning to launch a social media challenge for people to make boba at home and post it on several platforms.

For more information about Boba at Home and the range of amazing products from the company, please visit – Boba at Home is also available across several social media platforms, including FacebookInstagramTikTok, and Twitter.



Can make 6 cups of boba

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Jason Zhao

Jason Zhao

Enjoy the simple things in life. Boba tea is one of them.

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