Fans of boba tea wont be able to resist New Yorks latest exhibit that has combined the popular Taiwanese drink with art.
The Boba room, founded by Yanz Zeng and Iris Xing, is the largest boba tea exhibit in the world, and it features fiberglass boba tea sculptures, 25-inch giant bubbles, and balloon artists.
The exhibit opened in New York on April 22, and visitors can not only play with the different boba art, but they can also try a range of different boba tea flavors including Tea and Milk, Pa Tea, and Gong Cha.
The exhibition, although only open for a short period of time, quickly became a viral sensation as food bloggers and social media stars shared their experiences there with their followers.
Cotton candy + bubble tea = happy me
A post shared by Vicky C (@vykkinx) on Apr 27, 2017 at 6:27pm PDT
Such a cool spot. @thebobaroom 🙌🏾💥💥 #thebobaroom 📸 @livnolan05 😁😁
A post shared by A U B E (@iamaube) on Apr 26, 2017 at 2:24pm PDT
New post on the blog from our visit to @thebobaroom! Its a fun and colorful one so trust us, you dont want to miss it 😉
A post shared by ⚡️Inspiring your NYC Weekend⚡️ (@ourwknd) on Apr 24, 2017 at 3:20pm PDT
Take a look at the adorable boba tea pop-up exhibit below.
A boba-themed exhibit is now open in NYC!
Posted by Time Out New York on Monday, April 24, 2017