Good morning! It's 7 a.m. in Wyoming and I'm wide awake. I was hoping to post this little blog last night, but after the family like dinner, having a raging stomach ache from eating too much homemade brownies and ice cream (who knew there was a limit on that?), and an hour or so of American Pickers, I was just too tired aka I fell asleep on the couch until 2 a.m. and just couldn't finish the blog. Anyways, here I am with a little blog on boba tea in Wyoming. Thats right, they make boba tea in Wymonig. Who would have guessed? Certainly not me!
Here's a little background for this story:
Last year on the second to last day I was in Wyoming my cousin and I went to the "mall" with my mom. The "mall" is about the size of a Target and has stores such as a DMV for the state of Wyoming. Anyways, while walking around the tiny area we noticed a boba tea store, a legit one. Feeling amazed and unsure if the situation was real (who really thought you could find boba tea in Wyoming?) my cousin and I proceeded into the store, and each got a tea, he a green apple smoothie boba, and I a regular boba tea of some sort.
So when I knew that I was going to Wyoming a few weeks ago, the first place I knew I had to go to was the boba tea place in the mall. Boba is something that I miss a lot from home, and I was excited to be able to get that little piece of home somewhere else.
For my first round (yes, I said first round) I had a honeydew boba smoothie.
For my second round of the day (after I got one everyone in my family just had to have one as well), I just got a plain black with boba in it (highly recommend). Pictured below is two black tea bobas, and one strawberry banana boba smoothie.
Having some boba was like having a little piece of home right there with me in Wyoming. I can't wait until I can get boba at my favorite place in Mesa (The Streets).
Have you ever tried boba before? Do you like it? If so, what's your favorite flavor?