Providing Downtown Los Angeles with delicious Juice, Tea, and Boba

FAQ

 
 

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What is Boba?

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Boba is made from tapioca, which is also known as "pearls." It is a fun addition to any drink on our menu! Make sure to at least try it once. We promise you won't regret it.

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How about Taro, what's that?

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Taro is a root that has tons of flavor. It's similar to a sweet potato, but it actually tastes like vanilla cake!

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Are your drinks fresh?

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Yup. All of our drinks are made fresh to order. We hand-squeeze all of our juices every morning. All of our ingredients have an expiration time throughout the day, which we follow. We're committed to serving you our juices only at their peak times! 

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What are your most popular drinks?

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Definitely our original Bubble Tea, our Grapefruit Green Tea (so good!) our Taro Slush (think vanilla milkshake) our Matcha Latte and our Tropical Special (a staff favorite!) 

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Kids LOVE our slushies! Especially combined with fun toppings like our boba and coconut jelly.  

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What's good for kids?

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Do you serve coffee?

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Nope, at least not yet, but if you're looking for a "wake-me-up" kick, definitely try any of our green teas or Matcha Latte!

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Can I hang out at your shop, or is it just a counter?

 

 

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How do I place a delivery order?

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Feel free to hang out! Both of our Downtown LA locations have ample seating and free wifi! Our Pershing Square location (521 s. Olive St) even has a couch for you and your friends to hang out, or play one of our board games. 

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You can place your delivery order through Postmates! Flat fee of $5 for delivery. No minimum! 

 

News

 
 
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CoCo Fresh at Pershing Square by EATER LA

CoCo Fresh has made its way to Pershing Square, offering a clean new space right on Olive Street. The Taiwanese boba tea and milk juice bar rocks locations across New York and Los Angeles, as well as internationally with destination points across Southeast Asia.

 
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CoCo Fresh Tea and Juice Debuts in South Park by LA DOWNTOWN NEWS

South Park now has an outpost of one of Taiwan’s most popular beverage joints. CoCo Fresh Tea and Juice opened last week at 11th and Hope streets, on the ground floor of a parking structure that recently saw a renovation to create 11,000 square feet of retail space.

 
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CoCo's Fresh Boba Rolls Into Downtown by EATER LA

The impending (second) boba bubble can’t be far away, right? The Taiwanese drink is absolutely taking over Los Angeles, moving west into Sawtelle and even Santa Monica, packing into Westwood, creeping up on Koreatown and even making moves towards the USC contingent.