Teariffic Cafe - Where I found the most amazing drink ever

Teariffic Cafe
51 Mott Street New York, NY 10013

Last Friday was our friend Eric's birthday and after dinner we decided to sit down for bubble tea at Teariffic Cafe. It's been a while since Will and I have been here because we usually opt for Kung Fu Tea.

It was pretty packed when we arrived which isn't a surprise since it was a Friday night, but we did get a nice table in the corner for the five of us. Teariffic is probably one of the only tea shops I know that you can actually sit down and enjoy. The rest of the bubble tea shops aren't as spacious and have limited seating. The staff here are quick at what they do and attentive.

I like that Teariffic Cafe has an extensive list of bubble teas, smoothies, shakes, milk shakes, and exotic drinks to choose from and they also have savory items. In addition, they serve Eileen's cheesecake too.

I looked at the menu long and hard before I could decide what I wanted. I remember the last time Will and I came here I tried their Peanut Butter Milk Tea so I didn't want to try that again even though it was amazing!

Peanut Shake with Tapioca
OMG! There's so many words I can use to describe how excellent this shake was. First and foremost, it doesn't feel like a shake. It felt like the same consistency as my peanut butter milk tea from years ago.

Any way, I thought the peanut butter shake was mind-blowingly good! It was literally peanut butter heaven! It had a nice buttery taste to it, slightly sweetened, and truly just delicious! Tasted just like a Reese's Peanut butter cup. I forgot how much the drink cost, but it was around $3.00-$4.00.

Teariffic has wow'ed me again! I am inclined to try more of their drinks either for take-out or actually sit down and enjoy with friends. My best friend has just arrived in NYC a few hours ago and Saturday, we're meeting up and the girl wants bubble tea so looks like I will be back at Teariffic very soon.


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