The Difference Between Mogu Mogu and Bubble Tea
What is Bubble Tea?
Bubble Tea has been around for some time, the drink was first crafted in the early 1980’s in Taiwan, and in 2022 it is sold all over Asia, Britain and the rest of the world. The base of the drink is made with freshly brewed organic tea, with a choice of freshly cooked tapioca or other pearls. Each drink can be customised by flavour and sweetness.
Tapioca balls come from the cassava plant. The process of making tapioca balls involves cutting the cassava root into small pieces, then boiling it for about 30 minutes or until it becomes soft and then extracted, sun-dried and packaged for selling.
An incredibly unique looking beverage, bubble tea is a Taiwanese recipe made by blending a tea base with milk, fruit and fruit juices, then adding the signature bubbles, tapioca pearls that sit at the bottom of the drink which are chewy. Fruit or tea infusions can be served either piping hot or iced cold, making a fun, quirky drink and snack. Bubble tea is served in transparent cups with a large straw so, as you sip the tapioca balls shoot up it and can be chewed. It’s called bubble tea both because of the tapioca balls, and the floating bubbles created by the vigorous shaking involved in its blending.
"It’s slightly sweet and slightly chewy, and has a very addictive texture" - Goba Tea.
What is Mogu Mogu?
Mogu Mogu originates in Thailand and is an international drink sensation, an ever increasing TikTok hype and of course, the perfect drink to enjoy whilst snacking. For anyone who is looking for a new taste adventure, Mogu Mogu is a must try.
The world’s favourite chewy drink
The Mogu Mogu phenomenon is hard to ignore these days, it is flying off the shelves and is booming over TikTok. Mogu Mogu is all about experience, with a nata de coco which adds a chewy texture, alongside vibrant flavours, there is a Mogu Mogu for every mood! The word “Mogu” means to chew in Japanese, so when drinking your Mogu Mogu, you will soon see where it gets its name from. Soft, gelatinous cubes float around in the Mogu Mogu bottles, and even glow in the dark!
The combination of fruit juice, and nata de coco certainly compliment each other, making an a unique drinking experience. Bite the cubes to unlock and multiple more Mogu Mogu flavour! You can drink with a range of 15 different flavours and chewy nata de coco is perfect for hydrating and energising, all whilst having fun.
Not only is Mogu Mogu popular as a snacking option, Mogu Mogu has become largely popular with mixing with alcohol, with yoghurt based drinks and creating summer drinks such as slushies and shakes. What can you create with Mogu Mogu? Join the international taste hype today. Our brand new UK website allows you to stock up on Mogu Mogu and buy your favourite flavours in bulk.
Bubble Tea and Mogu Mogu
Mogu Mogu is not to be confused with Bubble Tea. Mogu Mogu has a huge variety of flavours and the nata de coco adds a unique and when it comes to Mogu Mogu, don’t forget that… YOU GOTTA CHEW!