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Mister Donut demonstrates wonders of hot bubble tea with royal milk and rich matcha flavors

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By Koh Ruide, SoraNews24

Grabbing a fancy ice-cold bubble tea from the local boba store is one of the most satisfying ways to indulge yourself while staying hydrated, but as temperatures begin to slide downwards in Japan, companies are beginning to add new spins to existing drinks.

So imagine our surprise when we visited a Mister Donut shop to taste their new line of cold bubble teas (496 yen), only to find out that they offered hot versions as well. Warm boba sliding down our throats did sound a little strange, but we figured the only way to find out was to try it ourselves.

▼ Presented with smooth royal milk tea and creamy matcha milk, our choice was pretty obvious.

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While cold bubble teas were served in transparent vessels, the hot versions came in insulated paper cups much like takeout coffee.

▼ Which meant that no straws were provided at all.

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Good thing we were given long spoons to scoop up the precious tapioca pearls then. Rather than the traditional approach of sucking everything through a straw, the whole process felt more like eating dessert than drinking a beverage.

▼ The royal milk tea was still very delicious nonetheless.

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▼ But what impressed us most was the hot matcha bubble tea.

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Shining brightly in the morning sun like polished jewels, the green orbs resembled muscat grapes that released explosions of bittersweet green tea flavors with each satisfying bite.

To our surprise, bubbles from both drinks were some of the best we have ever eaten, most likely influenced by heat from the drinks. Not hard and rubbery, they were springy and chewy.

Read more stories from SoraNews24.

-- We visit Tokyo Tapioca Land in Harajuku

-- You can make rice with tapioca bubble tea, and it’s surprisingly tasty【SoraKitchen】

-- We try Tapioca Beer, the drink that everyone’s raving about in Japan right now

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