Boba Guys’ New Fall Menu Just Dropped, Here Are All the Drinks You Have to Try

The changing of the seasons here in San Francisco, California and the Bay Area means fall foliage, pumpkin patches, and a new menu from Boba Guys!

That’s right–the popular Bay Area boba tea place’s Fall menu just dropped. I visited their San Ramon, California location to check out the new drinks.

Here are the new drinks you have to try.

Boba Guys’ new Fall/Winter 2023 and 2024 menu

1. Pandan Caramel Matcha Latte

Inspired by the aromatic charms of Southeast Asia, this latte is a delightful fusion of pandan’s sweetness, the creamy essence of caramel, and the earthy notes of matcha. It’s like a warm hug on a cold day!

2. Chai Coffee Cloud

This ingenious blend marries the spicy allure of traditional Indian chai with the bold richness of coffee. A beautiful dance of flavors that’ll have you drifting on a cloud of comfort.

3. Mike’s Hot Honey Coffee Cloud

For those who crave a touch of sweetness with an unexpected spicy zing, this blend of Mike’s hot honey with classic coffee strikes the right balance. Adventure in every sip!

4. Caramel Kiss

This drink needs little introduction. A heartwarming tribute to the timeless caramel, it’s a reminder of cozy winter evenings by the fireside.

5. Hojicha Banana Milk

A soothing mix of East Asian hojicha (roasted green tea) with the creamy delight of banana milk. It’s like a lullaby for your taste buds. And if you grew up in Southeast Asia, a taste of childhood, too!

6. Kopi Karamel Cloud

Transport yourself to the vibrant streets of Indonesia with this one. The strong flavors of ‘Kopi’, combined with luscious caramel, offer a perfect blend of strength and sweetness.

7. Black Sesame Latte

Ending the list is this sophisticated East Asian-inspired drink. The nutty flavors of black sesame combined with the creaminess of latte promise a comforting end to any day.

In Conclusion

For those who frequent Boba Guys, these new offerings are a testament to their commitment to innovate and delight. And for those new to the brand, there’s never been a better time to dive in. This winter, let your local Boba Guys outlet be your refuge. Embrace the chill with these warming flavors that promise to transport you across continents, one sip at a time. Here’s to a season of discovery, warmth, and boba-filled joy!

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith is a food and travel photographer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographic work routinely appears in publications including Food and Wine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times and his writing appears in IEEE Spectrum, SFGate, the Bold Italic and more. Smith holds a degree in Cognitive Science (Neuroscience) and Anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University.

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