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Make Yummy Boba or Bubble Tea from Scratch

By   Virtuelly Experiences

Experience Details

  • 60 mins
  • Includes shipping of product required for the experience
  • Requires 10 days shipping lead time

Learn to make authentic boba tea! We ship all the ingredients you will need to make a delicious Boba or Bubble Tea. You will learn how to cook boba, prepare the tea, and put the drink together. Create and connect with your team together. It's a super interactive event where you can ask any questions about boba or milk tea or anything you would like to know.

What you need to bring to the experience?

  1. A glass
  2. Ice
  3. Pot to make boba
  4. Stove
  5. Strainer
  6. Milk (optional)

What to expect on the day of experience

You will learn how to cook boba, prepare the tea, and put the drink together, and enjoy the drink together.

Cancellation Policy

Full refund on cancellations 4+ weeks in advance

Half refund on cancellations 4 weeks in advance

No refund on cancellations after 3 weeks in advance

FAQs

Yes but please allow 3-4 weeks for shipping. Prices vary based on destination.

How it works

On booking confirmation, we will email you a Zoom link with all the details.

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Flat fee* $299

Per person fee $82.5

Total $299.00

*(Exclusive of Taxes)


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Virtuelly Experiences

4.8 (753 Reviews)

Virtuelly has partnered with one of the premier boba and milk tea outlets to bring this experience to youu.

Other reviews for this host

Andi Perez

January 26, 2024

great trivia!

Tyler Benke

January 26, 2024

Pete was amazing! Best host!

Cyan Bao

January 19, 2024

Very relaxing!

Alex G

January 19, 2024

Super fun and really enjoyable!!

Marina Samborskaya

January 18, 2024

The overall experience was fun. There were a few issues that were eventually addressed but with such a big group, it takes away from the experience. We had way more than 100 people sign up for the event but the zoom was only set to 100 so it took almost half the event to get people into the zoom. There was also a breakout room issue. It was just a bummer that 50% of the event was wasted on troubleshooting.