Tea and Brown Cedar City’s Latest Boba Shop
A new boba shop has opened in Cedar City.
According to Food and Wine.com, “Boba culture started in the late 1980s and its origins are debated.” Milk tea was already well-known in Taiwan and over time and with evolution, the tea became known as “boba”. Starting in the 1990s boba became a huge craze in the U.S.
I’m sure you’re thinking, okay cool, I know where it came from but that doesn't tell me what’s in it. According to Matthew Wong of New York City-based bubble tea store Tea and Milk in a Delish article, its tapioca pearls are often simmered in a sugary syrup to sweeten them. Once sweetened, the tapioca pearls are added to a base like milk tea, green tea, black tea, coffee, slushie, or even a smoothie.
If you can’t get enough of this milky drink, you can visit Tea & Brown the latest boba shop in Cedar City.
At Tea & Brown, located at 655 West 200 North you can bubble tea, frappe, and poke bowls.
Here are a few other places you can visit in Cedar City to take care of your boba craving.
Chat Chat Boba: with locations in Cedar City and St. George, this is one of your favorites and also one of the spots I’ve been to several times. My favorite drink has a coconut milk base with either strawberry or mango popping boba. Located at 5 North Main Street in Cedar City
JJ Asian Market: located at 1180 Sage Drive in Cedar City. Not only can you get boba here, but you can also pick up some tasty snacks from all across Asia.
Sushi Burrito #5: 1233 Sage Drive