Are you from Burlington? Or Have you ever been to Burlington? Either way, it is a great place don’t you agree. There are so many things to do here, like skiing, hiking, watching a movie at sunset drive-in theater, or enjoying the festivals. Whatever you decide on doing here must have to involve boba bubble tea, your staycation won’t be the same if you miss out on the deliciousness our local milk tea shops have to offer.
According to many sites and references, Burlington, Vermont boasts some of the best cuisine and southern hospitality there is. You know what that means? The food culture around town has to be outstanding! But how does it match up to the idea of boba, bubble tea and milk tea culture? Does it hold the same standards?
Let’s find out here on Talk Boba. After all, you’re searching for the best boba places in Burlington right?
Aside from the bubble tea recipes, bubble tea shops and bubble tea must-haves we also talk about the best boba places around. Continue reading for the best boba places in Burlington below.
Conveniently located inside University Mall, Fresh Bubble Tea is the most visited place by the students of the University of Burlington because of its proximity. And boba of course.
They have a wide range of bubble tea flavors, mostly drinks that are seen in other milk tea shops. They even had the popular and trendy Yakult base tea (so delicious). Yakult is a very popular probiotic drink from Asia that has the right amount of sweetness, tangy, not too milk, and water-like consistency.
This is so far one of the unique bubble tea shops we’ve visited. When you’re visiting this shop, why don’t you try Mango Yakult with boba or Grapefruit Yakult. I’m sure once you have a taste, you will keep coming back for more.
Dobra Tea fascinates us a lot when it comes to their boba story. You see, it all started during the last few years of communism in Prague when a group of tea lovers began to meet and sampled rare smuggled teas from India, China, and Japan. Then came the Velvet Revolution and the fall of Communism in 1989. In 1992, a group called “The Society of Tea Devotees” was formed, from then they started to build their Bohemian-style tearoom, Dobra Cojovna that opened in Prague.
After years of hardship and eventual success, they started to spread their concept to other towns within the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland. In 2003 Dobra Tea opened its first tearoom in America, Burlington, VT. From then on, they opened several branches across the states. They have a wide variety of teas to choose from, Chinese, Japanese Indian, Korean, Nepalese, Sri Lankan, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, and more. How incredible right?
There you have it folks, a list of recommended milk tea shops, bubble tea shops, and boba shops in Burlington. You can join the conversation and recommend good places to get boba bubble tea by writing in the comment section below.
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