In case you missed it, bubble tea is a big deal currently. Invented in the 1980s, the Taiwanese drink features toppings, called pearls (often made of tapioca), that give it the “bubbles” in its name.
If you live in Pittsburgh and love bubble tea, you know there’s plenty of options in our Oakland neighborhood alone. But of all the tea joints in the city, Fuku Tea stands out most. Established in 2015, this shop boasts a range of options – from taro milk tea to the Pittsburgh-themed “Black & Gold” tea.
Don’t forget to stop by the next time you’re in Oakland.
– Megha Pai, WordWrite