Rose Oolong Cheezo

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From a few weeks ago – I went out for bubble tea with two friends on the weekend. It was my first “real outing” since the pandemic and it was weird, though it was very nice to see people…

We actually went to two bubble tea places but this was the first. It’s more of a sit down restaurant that does fancy bubble tea as well so it’s where we had super and our first round of bubble tea. The second place we were going it very new and super out there in terms of their bubble teas so I went with something more familiar at this place – just a simple rose oolong (no milk) with a snow cap/cheese top. I’ve said relatively recently that cheese tea is a new obsession of mine and more and more places in the city are beginning to offer it.

It was delicious, though nothing fancy/out of place for what a rose oolong should taste like. It was incredibly sweet but that’s on me because for once I forgot to ask for it half or no sweet, like I typically order. So my bad there…

Side bar – I love cheese tea, but it already has an unfortunate name. Calling the cheese tea on your menu “cheezo” teas seems especially unfortunate.

Leafhopper

I agree, “cheezo” is not the most appetizing thing to name a tea.

Shanie O Maniac

Cheese Tea?

Well now I’m intrigued. And slightly scared.

Mastress Alita

In my head, seeing “cheezo” immediately makes me think of cheetos… not something I would ever want soaking in bubble tea!

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