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Best Boba Places in Cheyenne

Before we get into the boba stuff… have you ever been to the museums inside Cheyenne, Wyoming? Let us tell you (if you haven’t), there’s a lot of museums around the area! For those that allow beverages, it’s a perfect attraction to sip on delicious boba or milk tea and learn about some historical artifacts, if that’s your thing. 

Some museums that jump to mind are: Wyoming State Museum, Cheyenne Depot Museum, Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum and many more. Have a look if you’re visiting! 

Anywho, back to bubble tea, boba and milk tea, what you’re really here for. Down below we’ve found and highlighted the best boba places in Cheyenne. Continue reading and let us know what you think! 

Paramount Café

Well, will you look at that café. It looks like an old tavern or an old movie theater that was renovated into a classic modern design. Just by looking at it reminds you of the time where Abraham Lincoln watched the opera. 

People who are into art and music will definitely love this cafe. Paramount Café has its own gallery that provides local artists to show their work. They also feature acts and music performances to those who are interested to show their skills. While you are displaying your works, why not try the avocado or coconut bubble tea, and perhaps you would want to add extra flavors too, there is blackberry, butter rum, pumpkin spice, toasted marshmallow and more.

Bubble tea, milk tea, and boba with really cool art pieces? Yes, please.  

Ding Tea

Ding Tea is another one of those big franchising chains in the US, Taiwan, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Brunei. They are quite popular for their service and creative drinks. This isn’t just a normal milk-tea shop that just popped-up around the corner. They have been established since 2004, and they have achieved the perfect milk tea taste that everyone loves. 

Here are the must try boba flavors in our eyes. 

  • Jasmine Green Milk Tea
  • Hokkaido Black Milk Tea
  • Kumquat Tea
  • Pineapple Green Tea

Ye’s Poke Station

Do you know what poke means in Japanese? It means to section, slice or cut, not poke in pokemon. The more you know! 

Ye’s Poke serves various Japanese dishes and drinks that are equally mouthwatering. They have different kinds of Ramen, poke bowls and Hongkong style egg waffles. Whenever you feel like stuffing your stomach with Japanese goodness, always pair it with Milk Tea.

Amazing boba flavors here at Ye’s Poke Station 

  • Royal Milk Tea
  • Grass Jelly with Milk
  • Brown Sugar Boba Milk
  • Lychee Green Iced Tea 

There you have it the top 4 best boba spots in Cheyenne. Now, you can finally satisfy your Boba cravings.

What do you think of our best boba places in Cheyenne? Do you have any more places you can add into the best bubble tea in Cheyenne? Please let us know by joining the conversation below, just write your comments and suggestions below. 

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