There’s no denying that in any business, innovation is an essential element for ensuring growth in the long run. One such innovation in the tea market is the emergence of Bubble Tea!
What started out as a tea stall in Taiwan in the 1980s, paved its way into the international market, and has been gaining momentum? Many may think that bubble tea is just a fad that will come and go, but its prolonged existence for almost two decades now tells a different story.
With the increasing approach of bubble tea culture, many business opportunities have cropped up for aspiring entrepreneurs.
So, what exactly is Bubble Tea?
Bubble tea is a non-alcoholic beverage that is made with iced tea, coffee, and flavourings such as Mango, Litchi, Peach, Plum etc., milk tea powder and chewy pearls (Boba) at the bottom of the drink, usually made from tapioca.
Many people may think that the drink is called “bubble tea” because of the presence of tapioca pearls. If you too feel the same, then it’s time to burst your bubble
The name actually comes from the fact that when the drink is prepared, it is shaken in a cocktail shaker to form air bubbles, making the drink light and frothy.
Why Bubble Tea Company?
As mentioned earlier, the bubble tea originated in Taiwan in the 1980s and the trend took the global market by storm by early 2000s. What took it so long to enter the market is the question of the hour?
The fact is that the trend of Bubble Tea Company did foray earlier, but couldn’t pick up the right pace. This is because of the fact that not everyone likes the original bubble tea. Traditionally, bubble tea was made only with black tea which, according to research, was not widely accepted (as it is just black tea). Thus, bubble tea made with black tea was rejected by customers.
However, with customisation, bubble tea gained momentum in the Indian market. The key was to experiment with flavours and variations of tapioca, which suits the taste buds.
Sneaking through the back door of the China Towns, bubble tea has made its mark all over the world and the last piece of the puzzle.
Other reasons, which make bubble tea a lucrative business opportunity are as follows:
- easy to prepare
- less staff required
- flexible format
- easy training
Bubble Tea is one of the most popular drinks all over the world. It’s a drink that will quench your thirst and give you something to chew at the same time. The most popular flavours are taro bubble tea, honeydew bubble tea, milk tea bubble tea, and mango bubble tea. Of course, everyone has their own favourite!
Bubble Tea Manufacturer have been used to make more than just bubble tea drinks, but desserts like pudding, ice cream, bar drinks, mochi (Japanese sticky-rice ball) and many others. Don’t get bored with the typical latte and espresso, grab something fun to drink and chew at the same!