Bubble Up by Jessie C. Chou Makes it Easier to Drink Bubble Tea

By: Summer Luu - Published: Apr 2, 2011 • References: packagingoftheworld & yankodesign
I absolutely love Asian bubble tea drinks, so I am so glad to see this improved and efficient package design called Bubble Up by Jessie C. Chou.

Bubble tea originated in Taiwan and then spread throughout North America. The key delicious ingredient of most bubble teas is the small tapioca balls or pearls called "boba." The jelly balls get slurped up through a large straw in a variety of different flavored drinks, which makes this tasty beverage a delightful treat.

This student designer recognized that there is often a challenge to suck up every delectable tapioca ball. The Bubble Up by Jessie C. Chou consists of an indented ring on the bottom of the cup that makes it easier to get every bubbly bit through the straw. Stats for Beverage-Specific Cups Trending: Older & Mild
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