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Bubble Tea

beckmoney Apr 3, 2009 01:12 PM

Does anyone know where to get a bubble tea between Exton, PA and Lancaster, PA? Thanks!!

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    Chefpaulo Apr 3, 2009 06:10 PM

    The Assi Market on Welsh Road a mile above Rt. 202 in Lansdale has a food court with a coffee/tea shop that serves about 18 different bubble teas.

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    1. re: Chefpaulo
      Chuckles52 Apr 4, 2009 05:22 AM

      And very well worth the small detour, I might add.

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        Displaced California Foodie Apr 4, 2009 04:54 PM

        Chefpaulo- tell me more about the bubble tea options: which ones have you tried (and liked).

        1. re: Displaced California Foodie
          Chefpaulo Apr 4, 2009 06:54 PM

          Almond is a favorite (being an Amaretto lover) but I have no others with which to compare.

          The name is the Break Time Coffee Shop. Its the first place I ever saw bubble teas. I'll be back there shortly so I will report further.

          1. re: Chefpaulo
            findbubbletea Apr 11, 2012 10:43 PM

            Thanks for the details, Chefpaulo. Late to the table, but I've added the shop to the findbubbletea database in the US-Midwest section.

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          mywifesafoodie May 5, 2009 02:59 PM

          wow what a timely post. I have been craving bubble tea, and searching for a place to find bubble tea in the Lafayette hill / blue bell area with no luck. I used to work in Delaware right near the PA border and there was this great place on Naamans Road called T'licious, they had a large assortment of boba tea. The best believe it or not was honeydew

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          isadorasmama May 5, 2009 03:23 PM

          They now offer it at Handcrafted Cookie Company in Phoenixville. Great cookies, too. I'll start a thread about the place itself another time.


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