Boba/Bubble Tea Reusable Glass Drinking Straws

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Extra wide (15mm), a GlassSipper straw is the perfect choice for tapioca filled bubble tea. The pearls slide easily up these extra thick straws.

The bottom of the straw is smooth and rounded, so it will not be able to poke a hole in your boba tea. 

Here are some of our favourite solutions:

1)  Make boba at home.  It's cheaper, you can control what goes into it AND you won't have to worry about a plastic cover.

2)  If you're at a boba shop, ask them to put the hole into the plastic cover.

3)  Use a car key or other sharp object to poke an initial hole, and then put your GlassSipper into the opening.


Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
Andre Filion (Levis, Canada)

Excellent service by nice people!

Benoit Daigle (Montreal, Canada)
Great item!

The straws are great. We loved the personal touch with the packaging. Very intimate feeling to the whole interaction. Plus the product is great!!

Max (Montreal, Canada)

I love my bubble tea straws!! It always killed me to have to accept the plastic boba straws that came with the drinks... I never had a choice because the bubbles wouldn’t fit through any other straw (even a smoothie straw). I am so happy to have found GlassSipper and their lovely work! I love being able to support smaller businesses and am 100% satisfied with my boba straws — they’re gorgeous, super easy to clean, and the size is perfect for the tapioca pearls. A+ you guys! Thank-you so much ❤️

We're glad that your your boba sipper is working for you! Bubble tea is one drink that you simply can not drink without a straw.

Jon S. (Guelph, Canada)
Great Quality!

I am very impressed with the wonderful glass straw I received. It is beautifully made, packaged well and very reasonably priced! And they’re a Canadian company!

I'm glad that you appreciate our plastic free packaging and that we're Canada made. Thanks for your review!

Inseo Hwang
Purchased it from friend's recommendation to save plastic

It's pretty sturdy, but same time it's much thicker than plastic straws so takes time to get used to it.