Boba Life: Bubble Tea Masterclass at Bubble Boba

Disclaimer: Ad-Gifted experience courtesy of Bubble Boba.

I first learnt about Bubble Tea when I was a young gyaru in London; I didn’t really know what to expect but I knew that as soon as I accidentally gulped down the tapioca that I was in love. I couldn’t get enough of the squishy balls at the bottom of my cup and soon I was going for bubble tea at every gyaru meet we had. Unfortunately I’ve long moved away from London and my favourite bubble tea cafes, and had lost all hope that I would go again. But, as life would have it, one of my best friends, Amy, introduced me to Bubble Boba, and I was over the moon! And a few weeks ago she invited me to their first ever masterclass and of course I HAD to say yes.

Bubble tea masterclass at Bubble Boba by hellolizziebee
Photos courtesy of Bubble Boba

Bubble Boba masterclass
Photos courtesy of Bubble Boba


Making chocolate milkshare at Bubble Boba with hellolizziebee and writing into the ether
Photos courtesy of Bubble Boba

 Unicorn bubble waffle

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  Bubble Boba Easter range 2019 Making fruit bubble tea at Bubble Boba Lizzie Bee trying out new bubble tea

About Bubble Boba

Bubble Boba resides in Fargo Village, Coventry, and they’ve opened up their second store in Cardiff. It has such a friendly atmosphere and I often come here with my friends whenever I pop into Fargo. There’s a chance to have a go at Mario Kart on quieter days, which is so much fun! The Bubble Boba masterclass is fairly new – we were the first ones to try it out – and they offer classes for up to 12 people.

Our Experience

Our Bubble Boba masterclass was around 90 minutes and involved: some insightful videos on the history and different methods of bubble tea; trying out different teas; tasting some (gasp) BUBBLE WAFFLES, my favourite was the unicorn one pictured above; a lesson on how to make our own fruit tea; as well as an introduction to their new Easter flavours which will be released on April 1st. I had SO much fun shaking up my creation as if I was making cocktails, and the owner of Bubble Boba noticed how much I loved tapioca that she gave me a whole cup full of it. It really, really made my evening, and I was so happy with how attentive she was! In terms of the teas I had, I made the Cherry Blossom Fruit Tea with lychee boba and Mini Egg Choc Chip Milkshake.

Good news is that you too can have your own lil’ bubble tea class over at Bubble Boba! Click here for more details.

Are you a fan of bubble tea? Are you livin’ the bubble tea life?

Lizzie xx

What do you think?

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  • Mary Lee
    March 30, 2019

    Cherry Blossom Fruit Tea with lychee boba and Mini Egg Choc Chip Milkshake sounds delicious 😀 xx

  • Deborah Wyatt
    March 30, 2019

    I’ve never tried a bubble tea, but clearly I need too, they sound delicious x

    • hellolizziebee
      March 30, 2019

      They really are! Plus bubble tea cafes are often super cute, too x

  • Boxnip
    March 30, 2019

    I have only even had bubble tea once when my eldest bought me one back from somewhere in Birmingham. I did really enjoy it though. This sounds like such a fun place to visit though – looks like you had a fab time there! ?

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    • hellolizziebee
      March 30, 2019

      Ooh I’m glad you liked it! I’m so happy it’s becoming more popular outside of London, and my favourite place in Birmingham is Caffe Chino where they also do amazing cakes!

  • Danielle Alexa
    March 30, 2019

    It sounds like such a great day, it looks so much fun!

    Danielle xx

  • Brooklyn Murtaugh
    March 30, 2019

    This looks SO MUCH FUN! I first had bubble tea at 18 and loved it.
    Taking this class looks like such a blast.

    • hellolizziebee
      March 30, 2019

      Aaaah yes I was about the same age! It is amazing isn’t it ? if you’re local to Coventry you should try it out!

  • Isobel
    March 30, 2019

    Had so much fun at this! Love bubble boba! I need another one of those bubble waffles! They were SO good! The photos turned out so nice as well!

    Isobel x

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    • hellolizziebee
      March 30, 2019

      Aaah yes me too! I went again today with my hubby and we had the oreo one… I want to go again when it’s nice and sunny! And I so agree, I love all of the photos! Thank you so much for taking some for me ?

  • Tori
    March 31, 2019

    I’ve never heard of Bubble Tea! The masterclass looks so much fun though!

    Tori |
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  • Chloe Chats
    March 31, 2019

    This looks so fun! Glad you had a great time, I’ve not tried bubble tea before, so I feel like I need to give it a try!

    Chloe xx

    • hellolizziebee
      March 31, 2019

      Awh thank you so much Chloe! Maybe next time we meet up in Cov I can take you! xx

  • Grace
    March 31, 2019

    Oh this looks like so much fun! I’ve only tried bubble tea once and I really enjoyed it, but it’s not one of those things I really think to go for! Those bubble waffles look amazing though!

    Grace xx

    • hellolizziebee
      March 31, 2019

      Ah yeah it’s not that well known in the UK but I’m hoping it’ll be more popular! And gosh I can’t tell you how much I love the waffles!

  • Jenny in Neverland
    March 31, 2019

    Erm a MINI EGG CHOCOLATE CHIP MILKSHAKE?! That sounds amazing! What a fun experience! <3


    • hellolizziebee
      March 31, 2019

      Tehehe yes indeed, and it was glorious! Thank you so much <3

  • Aimsy
    March 31, 2019

    I have never tried bubble tea before, but there are a few stores in Leeds that make and sell it.
    The masterclass looks and sounded like you had so much fun! Also those bubble waffles…hello and get in my belly! ??

    Thanks for sharing, I may now go sample a few bubble teas!

    Aimsy xoxo

    • hellolizziebee
      March 31, 2019

      Ooh you’re so lucky! You should go and try it tehe. It’s like nothing you’ve tried before!

  • Evie
    March 31, 2019

    I’ve never tasted bubble tea but it sounds so good, it looks really tasty! It also looks like you had so much fun at this event!

  • Kieli
    April 6, 2019

    Omg I love bubble tea! I love the milk ones most! Especially melon or strawberry! Awwww you look so cute! Can you be my waitress ❤

    • hellolizziebee
      April 7, 2019

      Tehehe yes me too! My favourite is mango or apple and melon ❤️ and yes, of course!

  • Nat
    April 9, 2019

    I LOVE bubble tea so much! I discovered it 7 years ago when it first came to Birmingham and I fell in love. Whenever I spot a bubble tea shop I have to go in, whether it be familiar to me or not.

    I recently tried Bubble Boba and I really liked it! I liked the way you order your drinks, as well as all the options they have! I like how small the shop is, but I wish it was bigger to meet up with more people. ?

    I can’t wait to go to one of the masterclasses in future. ?

    • hellolizziebee
      April 10, 2019

      Ah yeah I’m so happy that they have a few on Birmingham! I always go to Caffe Chino though but I wanna try out cha time. But he’s bubble boba has such a friendly atmosphere and I love how you can play games there! Let’s hope maybe one day they do expand ❤️

  • Ashley
    April 15, 2019

    OH MY GOODNESS! I’m so jealous. (*A*) Both because you look so cute there and because I’ve loved bubble tea since I was a kid! It was a thing my friends and I would often do together in high school. I still love the chewy chewy goodness of the tapioca pearls possibly more than the drink itself, heh. ^^; The challenge in my city as always been finding rose flavour–it’s my favourite, but it doesn’t seem to sell well, so many places I’ve found that had it at one point have discontinued it since. *pouts* At least portions are getting smaller… They used to be huuuge.

    Ngl, I often save the leftover pearls from my bubble tea now specifically so I can rinse them at home and pour milk tea over. Usually royal milk tea or a rose milky tea, but either way. So. Good.

    I’m really tempted to ask my partner if we can do a class when we visit the UK this year. Coventry’s not far from his hometown. Sad I’ll miss the Mini Egg Choc Milkshake, but I’m excited to see what other flavours they’ll have!

    • hellolizziebee
      April 15, 2019

      Ah yes I love the tapioca pearls! That’s such a good idea to take them home and then drink them with normal milk! I must try that. And yes you totally should! I had such an amazing experience trying out their masterclass and everyone who works there is so lovely!