Fruity and sour versus sweet and milky? The permutations are limitless! Today’s Doodle game honours bubble tea, also known as boba tea and pearl milk tea. Whether the flavour is honeydew, matcha, raspberry, or mocha, don’t forget to incorporate fruit jelly or tapioca balls. On this day in 2020, Bubble Tea was officially announced as a new emoji due to its global popularity.
This Taiwanese beverage began as a local delicacy and has exploded in popularity in recent decades. Traditional Taiwanese tea culture, which dates back to the 17th century, is the origin of bubble tea. Not until the 1980s, however, was bubble tea as we know it today created. As waves of Taiwanese immigrants have exported this beverage over the past few decades, the original bubble tea continues to evolve. Shops throughout the world continue to experiment with new flavours, additives, and combinations. Traditional tearooms in Asia have joined the boba craze, which has spread to countries such as Singapore, Japan, and South Korea, among others!
In today’s interactive Doodle, you can make a delicious cup of bubble tea alongside the native Taiwanese Formosan Mountain Dog and a cast of familiar Doodle characters!
Bubble Tea: How to Play Bubble Tea Google Doodle Game?
Celebrating bubble tea, also known as boba tea and pearl milk tea. Google is showing an interactive game Doodle in many countries on January 29, 2023, to celebrate bubble tea, also known as boba tea and pearl milk tea.
Bubble Tea gained such popularity globally that it was officially announced as a new emoji on this day in 2020.
Let’s check how to play bubble tea Google Doodle Game
All in all, you’ll need to fill five orders before closing shop for the day, each progressively harder than the last. Of course, this Doodle did not forget the best part of ordering bubble tea. After each drink is completed, the customers line up their straws and poke through the lid in an oddly satisfying way.