google doodle Bubble tea is being celebrated, popular Taiwan drink to mark the anniversary of its launch as a new emoji on this day in 2020.is also called Pearl milk tea, pearl milk tea, originated from Taiwan’s local cuisine But today it’s a global hit. Google explains the drink’s origins, saying it dates back to the 17th century. Today, it is one of the most popular beverages due to its new flavors, additions and blends in infinite combinations.
“Pearl milk tea originated from Taiwan’s traditional tea culture The earliest dates back to the 17th century. However, it wasn’t until the 1980s that bubble tea as we know it today was invented. Innovations in the original bubble tea continue as waves of Taiwanese immigration over the past few decades have brought the drink overseas,” reads the detail of the doodle. The bubbles in the bubble tea are made from tapioca balls or jelly Chewy jelly candy.
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An interactive doodle designed by Google’s Sophie Diao and Celine You features Taiwan’s native Taiwanese mountain dog and a cast of familiar doodle characters. Doodles give users the chance to make their own bubble tea using its ingredients in an interactive game. According to Google, “many traditional Asian tea houses have joined the ranks, adding their own flavors to the drink, including countries like Singapore, Japan, Korea, and more.”
The Google Doodle is a temporary change to the logo on the Google homepage to commemorate “big” holidays, holidays, food, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.