Boba Bottle For Bubble Tea Addicts
There has been countless talk about eco-friendly bubble tea tumblers, cup holders and straws, but nobody has come up with a spill-proof bottle for bubble tea until now. Found on Kickstarter, the Boba Bottle looks just like any other water bottle, except it’s specially made for your daily bubble tea run.
The bottle is clear and comes with a black lid; you can get it at US$25 on Kickstarter from now till 3 January 2020. The estimated delivery period is May 2020, and it ships to Singapore as well as anywhere else in the world.
Each bottle is around 24 ounces, which is around 700ml—that’s the size of a large cup at Koi!
Made with BPA-free plastic, the Boba Bottle comes with a detachable straw right in the middle for you to reach all those pearls at the bottom. Its curved-in base is also designed such that the pearls will be pushed to the middle, right where your straw is. Say goodbye to taking your BBT straw on a merry-go-round ride every time you’re almost done with your drink.
The Boba Bottle is meant to act as a regular water bottle even on days you have no plans for bubble tea, so there’s a convenient holder for you to carry it around.
To make your bubble tea barista’s day, tell them they can use the bottle as an actual shaker, so they’ll have one less thing to wash.
The bottle is designed by Taiwanese-American Galina Lang, who used to work as a part-timer at a boba tea store. At that point in time, the student also worked on a college research paper about plastic pollution.
Galina got the inspiration for the Boba Bottle when she gave up on bringing her reusable cup and straw on her boba tea runs because they were simply too bulky. Hence, she came up with this design for a regular water bottle that could also store bubble tea.
Pledge For The Boba Bottle To Help Reduce Plastic Cups
Bubble tea addicts, this is your chance to help reduce plastic cups and straws at your favourite BBT shop. Remember to pledge on Kickstarter by 3 January 2020 for the Boba Bottle project to happen!
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