Coco Fresh Tea & Juice

Restaurants , Juice bars West LA
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Coco Fresh Tea and Juice

Boba isn’t new to Little Osaka, but CoCo’s first-time take on freshness is. This tiny storefront of the Taiwanese chain makes new batches of boba every four hours, new brews of black tea every two hours, freshly-squeezed juices and housemade jellies. The extensive menu offers teas from milk to fruit-flavorered. Try grapefruit green tea made with soft tapioca pearls and pulpy Texas Red fruit juice or passion fruit green tea, tart and sweet with firm coconut jellies.

Venue name: Coco Fresh Tea & Juice
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Address: 11301 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles
90064
Opening hours: Sun–Thu noon–11pm; Fri, Sat noon–1am
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Jakob N. Layman
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Milk tea is such a fantastic treat and no place in LA does it better than CoCo Fresh. This Taiwanese chain boasts a diverse and fantastic menu. I'm partial to the classic black milk tea with boba and pudding. In fact, I think I may go get some right now...

Erin Kuschner
moderator

This spot is my jam! I usually frequent the Downtown location, but this Sawtelle spot is great too. I like to get the green tea matcha latte with boba, which is perfect on a hot 90 degree day. Or a cold 50 degree day. Or just any day. They have a frequent buyer card, if you're into that kind of thing. 

Zikyo

Tapioca Milk Tea is a simple drink yet many places that offer this on the menu is usually watered down or has a bitter taste. The Milk tea at CoCo's is sweet and delicious and the boba is soft and chewy but firm and bouncy. Another drink I suggest is the Green Tea Matcha Latte. It was the first drink I tried and it's still my favorite. It's creamy and sweet and tastes similar to green tea ice cream but smoother