Bobasaurs, You Need These Pokéballs In Your Bubble Tea Like No Other Trainer Has Before

OneZo Malaysia's Pokéballs are allegedly made with red rice, bamboo charcoal, and coconut.

Cover image via Instagram @eatwithvee/Instagram (Edited by SAYS)

Ran out of Pokéballs and there's no Poké Mart in sight?

You should try checking out OneZo instead. :p

The Taiwanese tapioca pearl milk tea chain - which entered Malaysian markets earlier this year - released its Pokéball pearls to customers worldwide earlier this month.

The chewy Pokéballs are made using three different flavours, which also makes it naturally coloured

According to OneZo's main Instagram account, the red part of the Pokéball uses red rice, bamboo charcoal for the black line, and coconut for the white base.

Simply pay an add-on fee of RM2.50 to enjoy the Pokeballs with your favourite drink

In a message to SAYS, OneZo Malaysia said that the Pokeballs are available in stores daily.

However, take note of these four time slots if you want to get them freshly made:
- 12pm,
- 3pm,
- 8pm, and
- 10pm.

You better pika(p) the pace if you want to catch 'em all!

OneZo Malaysia has four outlets in Malaysia:
- SS15, Subang Jaya
- Kompleks Perniagaan Kota Syahbandar, Melaka City
- The Wood, Muar
- Mount Austin, Johor Bahru

Operating hours:
Daily (11am to 1am)

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