HOT POT BOBA is Now a Thing in Malaysia

HOT POT BOBA is Now a Thing in Malaysia

April 9, 2019
Bobaddicts: forget your favorite bubble tea shop for a minute, because hot pot boba is actually happening in Malaysia.
This next-level obsession comes in a steamboat containing everything we’ve come to love about the uniquely Asian drink: tapioca pearls, milk tea and a bunch of delectable add-ons such as grass jelly, mango cubes and taro balls.
Image via Facebook / Galaxy Tea Bar
Just recently, pei pa koa ice cream became a thing in Malaysia — and now they have this!
Image via Facebook / Galaxy Tea Bar
Galaxy Tea Bar, located in Nagore Square, Penang, sells the bubble tea hot pot for 29.90 Malaysian ringgit (about $8).
Image via Facebook / Galaxy Tea Bar
For starters, customers are given the option of either fresh milk or milk tea for a “soup base.”
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Image via Facebook / Galaxy Tea Bar
They can then choose conventional fire or dry ice for a hot or cold dessert experience.
Image via Facebook / Galaxy Tea Bar
While each serving is recommended for two to three persons, any true blue bobaddict can wolf it down without help!
Image via Facebook / Galaxy Tea Bar
The dessert has started to gain attention on Malaysian social media, thanks to customers sharing photos of their dining experience.
      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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