Drip Tea in Seattle offers up the cutest Bearyaki soft serve

Feb 24 2020, 2:16 pm

After taking a day off to revisit their pricing and add new menu items, Seattle’s hypebeast boba shop Drip Tea is officially back in service.

The Capitol Hill spot serves up designer drinks and soft-serve ice cream, with a retail side of the store selling trendy clothes and sneakers.

The cafe is currently open from 3 pm to 10 pm, as they are still in a soft-open state until March 7.

 

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Since their soft-opening on February 17, customers have been readily lining up for Drip Tea’s Instagrammable Bearyaki: soft-serve ice cream filled in an adorable bear-shaped taiyaki.

For just $7, you can build your own Bearyaki with a base of standard, charcoal, Nutella, red bean, Oreo, or funfetti dough.

Then, decide what kind of soft-serve you’d prefer between vanilla, ube, or a swirl of both. Next is the hard part: choosing which toppings you’d like to layer on, from strawberry dust to cocoa pebbles and cotton candy sprinkles.

If you’d like to omit the Bearyaki, soft serve with two toppings is only $5.

 

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In addition to Bearyaki, Drip Tea also features designer drinks such as the Post Melona, which tastes exactly like a Melona bar, Babycat, a taro and Oreo smoothie, and Fear of Pog, a passion fruit, orange, and guava smoothie.

 

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Drinks average ay $6.50 and can be poured into a Kaws-like bear bottle for an additional $5.

 

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If you’re obsessed with bubble tea or consider yourself a hypebeast, you need to try Drip Tea.

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Location: 1416 10th Avenue, Seattle
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