Until a few weeks ago, I had never heard about bubble tea. Apparently, it’s quite popular in Europe which explains why Africans who haven’t travelled outside of the continent wouldn’t know what bubble tea is. My curiosity got the better of me when, surfing through the internet, I chanced open a new bubble tea shop, soon to be opened at East Legon. After some further googling, I learnt quiet a lot about bubble tea and how it’s made. Although bubble tea has its origins from Tai
That tiny shop at the edge of the plaza, cowering right in the corner... That tiny shop that was overlooked on several occasions as we waltzed by looking at other locations... That tiny shop grew bold on our last visit to the area. It caught our gaze and held it, unwavering. It seamed to say "Look at me! I am right here!" That shop that I called tiny, said "cozy". That shop that I called different, said "hip". When I run out of descriptions, it winked at me and said "trendy".