boba


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boba

(ˈbəʊbə)
n
a variety of tea containing balls of pearl tapioca, originating in Taiwan in the 1980s
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Meanwhile, right across is Chen San Ding, widely viewed as the locals' favorite place for Brown Sugar Boba Milk, tapioca pearls cooked in brown sugar served with fresh milk.
The African Games are important for BoBA as they will use them to gauge and prepare the boxers to qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The previous world record for a Star Wars toy was for another Boba Fett prototype that sold in March 2018 for [pounds sterling]69,000.
Bubble tea is glazed with Boba, which are soft, chewy, and gummy tapioca pearls extracted from cassava root.
Locsin, who has since apologized for his behavior, received a backlash for calling Robredo 'boba' for her views on the Department of Foreign Affairs' (DFA) move to cancel the courtesy diplomatic passports issued to former diplomats and government officials.
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Saveurvape's brand portfolio includes SVRF Vapor, MET4 Vapor, The Standard Vape, The Originals, Black Label E-liquid, and Jazzy Boba E-liquid.
The quirky, unusual drink has grown in popularity around the world in recent years, and Bubbleology takes it to another level with some unique flavor combinations, such as jasmine milk tea and ginger tea with popping lychee boba, among many others.
Boba Fett quickly became a fan-favourite Star Wars character after he appeared as Jabba the Hutt's go-to bounty hunter in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
Boba Fett, who has developed something of a cult following, has been played by various actors, starting with Jeremy Bulloch, who also appeared in several James Bond films in the 1970s and 80s.
Also on the menu are garlic string beans, chicken fried rice, hot and sour soup and boba tea with tapioca pearls, reported MLB.com.
Tapioca is modernly known as "boba." Kung Fu sources all its teas from Taiwan.