The 10 Best Places for Bubble Tea in New Hampshire!
Have you tried bubble tea? It’s a creamy, cold infusion of tea blended with milk or a non-dairy milk and filled with bubbles, which are actually little balls of tapioca boba. The craze has caught on, and bubble tea is served in countless places all across the country. Check out the following bubble tea places in New Hampshire and give this delicious drink a try.
Noodle Station has an impressive selection for those who love bubble tea. Try a refreshing red bean bubble tea or something fruity like papaya or passion fruit. No matter the flavor, you’ll love this delicious drink that some refer to as a “dessert tea.”
Check out the bubble tea at Siam Orchid and consider a bubble tea latte. Have it with some of the restaurant’s tasty Thai cuisine or on its own for some delicious refreshment.
320Nitro does for bubble tea and other unique beverages what food trucks do for tacos, hotdogs, barbecue, and more. In fact, 320Nitro is a food truck for beverages. You’ll find Doug, the owner, in various spots throughout Keene when the weather allows.
Bubble tea is on the menu at Sweet Kiwi Frozen Yogurt. In fact, regular customers come just for the bubble tea. You likely won’t find a better price around for it either.
Located inside Nashua’s Pheasant Lane Mall, Bubble Bee Tea has become a favorite spot for many in the area. They have an incredible selection of flavors, including their very popular bubble coconut tea.
Bubble tea at Pad Thai is served from the dessert menu, with many believing it’s more of a dessert than simply a cold beverage. So enjoy something scrumptious from their exceptional Thai menu, but save room for some bubble tea. The Chrysanthemum is a fan favorite.
A large variety of bubble tea options are available for your enjoyment at Sweet Ginger in Merrimack. In fact, they feature several non-tea drinks that feature the popular boba.
Start your day off right with a bubble tea from Teatotaller. Even though it’s not yet on their online menu, they make several flavors that truly hit the spot. A recent customer review says their bubble tea was her, “Best first experience.”
Saigon & Tokyo is known for their delicious Cantonese and Japanese cuisine, and also for their amazing bubble tea. Some customers order it as a beverage, with others saving the creamy goodness as their dessert. Some order in and pick up just a bubble tea to go.
If you watch for specials at Noodles and Pearls, you’ll find they occasionally offer their bubble tea for just $3. Not that it’s not worth spending full price for—it is. This will become your go-to spot for the delicious drink.