SoraNews24, which gave the drink a try after hearing all the rave, described it as a “simple pairing,” but “what a match they were together.”
“Instantly, a ball party kicked off in our mouths, as the beer bubbles sparkled on our tongue, sending out bitter notes while the tapioca balls slid up the straw one after the other,” the outlet said. “The sensation of chewing sweet tapioca while drinking a bitter beer was weirdly wonderful, and if you’re a bit tired of having sweet bubble teas, this is a fantastic new way to enjoy boba.”
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