Vancouver’s newest spot for bubble tea, Boba Run, is slated to open its doors today in Gastown.
The fresh 491-sq-ft shop is located at 102 West Hastings Street and will be offering up Korean-inspired boba drinks made using consciously sourced ingredients.
This means patrons can expect sweet sips incorporating ingredients like roasted corn, dalgona, yu-ja, and Jolly Pong, to name a few.
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“You can say it was love at first sip as I simply adore boba tea, which is definitely a popular drink in Vancouver,” says Boba Run’s owner, Christine Alu.
“At Boba Run, our focus is on introducing Vancouverites to new, delicious, and unique flavours using quality ingredients.”
Boba Run’s drinks are made with 100% organic milk or alternative milk, such as oat and almond, along with the house-made organic syrup, premium teas, and tapioca balls directly from Korea, Taiwan, and Japan.
The Korean-inspired collection of boba drinks features a variety of brewed teas from Korea like roasted barley, roasted corn, and Yu-ja tea.
In addition to these, this spot will have specialty flavours like Korean Oat ‘N Barley Latte, Honeycomb Dalgona Latte, Sparkling Honey Yu-Ja Tea, and a Jolly Pong Shake featuring Korean puffed wheat breakfast cereal up for order.
The new Gastown sweet spot also boasts an extensive Matcha Series, courtesy of Vancouver’s Whisk Premium Matcha.
This series includes a Matcha Latte, Dalgona Matcha, Red Bean Matcha, Matcha Mud Slush, Yu-ja Matcha Slush, and a Black Sugar Matcha Latte too.
Boba Run will offer guests a choice of hot or cold for many beverages on its menu. Folks can also add additional toppings like boba, lychee jelly, crystal boba, organic chia, honeycomb dalgona, and banana milk pudding to their bevvies.
Starting December 15, this concept is open Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm.
Customers can enjoy drinks for takeout or pre-order online for contactless pickup.
Address: 102 West Hastings Street, Vancouver