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February 7, 2018

Visit Portland: Tea Bar


My daughter has been on a milk tea kick lately so I made it a point to find a great boba place while we visited Portland.  Fortunately, we didn't have to look very far.  Located within walking distance of our hotel in the Pearl district, we found the Tea Bar. 

The Tea Bar is a spacious café with a very clean minimalist design.  What won me over was the quality they instill in their drinks.  Their milk teas are slow brewed over 24 hours using premium organic teas, grade A tapioca pearls, and rBST-free local dairy.  We looked over the menu and my daughter decided on the peppermint boba milk tea while I had the ginger lemon tea toddy.  Both drinks can be served hot or cold.

I loved the milky taste of my daughter's milk tea and I thought the boba pearls were perfectly prepared.  I also loved my drink which not only tasted great, but was made from an immune boosting tea - perfect while travelling!  The ginger lemon tea toddy is made with organic chamomile, cold-pressed lemon juice, fresh ginger, cayenne, and raw local honey.  When served cold, the sparkling water makes it taste like soda!

Great café to enjoy your drinks while working or studying or just taking a breather like my daughter and I did together.          

www.drinkteabar.com

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