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Infini Tea ...

ipsedixit Feb 7, 2013 10:40 AM

... makes the best boba tea in San Diego.

No food (yet).

Cash only.

Helps, also, if English is your second language.

(On Convoy and Engineer, same shopping center as Spicy City).

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    karaethon Feb 7, 2013 01:13 PM

    how does it compare to half and half?

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      ipsedixit Feb 7, 2013 01:51 PM

      Is there even a Half & Half Tea Express (or Tea House) in San Diego county?

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        karaethon Feb 8, 2013 01:45 PM

        No, I was just curious since that's a good minimum level of acceptance for me as far as boba places go

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          ipsedixit Feb 8, 2013 02:57 PM

          It's on par, and I would say both Infini Tea and H&H as well as Tea Station are probably pretty close to one another.

          I actually think Infini Tea and Tea Station are pretty close, except Tea Station is a bit grossly overpriced, and a bit too fussy with their ambiance and service.

          I will say, however, that Tea Station knows how to make their tapioca balls -- soft, velvety and chewy without being rubbery. Too many places end up overcooking the balls so they end up tasting like play-doh.

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            karaethon Feb 8, 2013 03:31 PM

            I like H&H because they are made to order (so they can be dipped in honey). They also seem less cloyingly sweet since the sweetness is from honey instead of sugar

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      koreansoup Feb 7, 2013 11:44 PM

      decent stuff.
      My taro milk boba was blah but my wife's almond green milk tea boba was good. Fun murals. good to get ur fix

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