Attention all boba tea lovers! A new challenger has joined the bubble tea scene!
The bubble tea craze is still going strong and now it’s being served in the air too! Bubble milk tea is now part of AirAsia Thailand’s in-flight menu.
How awesome is that?
On the other hand, we have seen and heard a lot about how bubble tea might not be on the list of the healthiest drinks out there that you can consume. Fortunately, AirAsia Thailand offers their customers a healthier choice, which is milk tea with konjac bubbles.
Konjac is an Asian plant that’s commonly found in Southeast Asia. According to Medical News Today, konjac “may help keep blood sugar and cholesterol levels low, improve skin and gut health, help heal wounds, and promote weight loss.”
If you think that’s amazing, wait till you read this. The konjac bubbles come in diamond shapes! So cute!
Since the boba tea is a new addition to the menu, there’s only one flavour available (for now). In their Instagram post, Airasia Thailand shared that this unique boba tea will be offered on all AirAsia Thailand and AirAsiaX Thailand flights. The boba milk tea is sold for ฿75 (RM10).
Hopefully, this one-of-a-kind boba tea will be available on AirAsia Malaysia’s in-flight menu soon!
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