History and distribution
Bubble Tea is usually served cold with ice, but there are also variants and warm for some time a Bubble Coffee.
Scientists from the Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, RWTH Aachen alleged to journalists the Rheinische Post in 2012 to have been found in bubble tea end cancer causing chemicals hazardous to health. A corresponding article led to wide media coverage in Germany. The Consumer Protection of North Rhine-Westphalia was then examined 84 samples. All were free of toxins. The brand manufacturer Possmei and Tea One gave analyzes of independent institutions in order, where also no toxins were found.
Responsible for the analysis of the Aachen Institute scientist Manfred Möller, who had been quoted in the media as saying in Bubble Tea located is "a lot of dirt," claimed in 2013 that never had been made statements about the possible health risks that it in the analysis have been only a test of a new instrument and distanced himself from scandalous media reports, which he described as a "smear campaign". However, affected business owners see the fault in the corresponding institution which had rashly and negligently turned to the press. & nbsp;