Visiting Bubbleology Birmingham

Bubbleology Birmingham

I’m a big fan of bubble tea, so I was delighted when I got the opportunity to visit the Bubbleology store in the Bullring, Birmingham and try out my favourite flavours.

Bubbleology is a leading bubble tea brand in the UK, beginning in Soho in 2011 with multiple stores now across Europe and the USA, serving a variety of fruit and milk teas, create-your-own brews and skinny drinks. All their bubble teas use freshly brewed organic tea, are 100% vegetarian, handmade to order and many bubble tea options are available in light versions. A favourite in Asia since the 1980’s, Bubble tea originated in Taiwan and gained its name from the floating bubbles that are created by the vigorous shaking to blend a tea base with milk, fruit and fruit juices. Signature bubbles of tapioca pearls (also known as ‘boba’) of a flavour of your choice are added, sitting at the bottom and popping when they are chewed on. Served hot or cold, they are placed in large transparent cups with a wide straw that allow the tapioca bubbles to be consumed at the same time as the liquid.

One of my favourite things about Bubble Tea is that I can pick and choose my flavours and pearls depending on how I am feeling that day. My favourite flavours centre around cold fruit infusions including mango, passionfruit and apple, but I have always been intrigued by the beautiful ‘Utopian’ Bubble Teas that are mixed with cream and come in beautiful ranbow colours. Here are just a few examples of the types of teas that can be ordered – images were taken from the Bubbleology website.

Never been to Bubbleology Birmingham? They are located on the top floor of the entrance behind the Bull, and during my visit I took the opportunity not just to order my favourite flavour, but I spent some time inside the impeccably clean store and talked to the knowledgeable staff, who are more than happy to take you through the process should you be unsure of what to do.

Perhaps rather ironically, I don’t drink tea, so I always order mine without the tea. I ordered a Mango fruit Bubble Tea, which turns out is one of their most popular flavours, and  can see why. I love the Instagrammable areas in the store too, and while my Instagram skills aren’t amazing, I was able to get some fun pictures.
The Bubbleology Birmingham store also likes to give back, supporting and donating funds to Drop4Drop, which goes towards building fresh water wells in developing countries.

What about you guys? Are you a fan of Bubble Tea?

Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary bubble tea but was under no obligation to provide a positive review.

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