What is Boba?
Boba tea, also known as bubble tea or pearl tea, known for the inclusion of boba pearls, chewy, spheres traditionally made from tapioca starch. Boba teas have been growing in popularity, with physical boba tea shops popping up all across the country.
What is Coco Jelly Boba?
Typical boba pearls found in fresh-made drinks in boba shops are made with tapioca, a starch extracted from the cassava root. Tapioca pearls, however, don’t work well in ready-to-drink beverages. Over time, they expand and disintegrate, losing the glutinous springiness that makes boba so popular.  Here at Jenji, we’ve developed our unique Coco Jelly Boba—a boba made of coconut jelly, a semi-translucent, white, jelly-like food made by the fermentation of fresh coconut water. Coconut jelly not only holds up better in liquid, but also has the light, firm, chewy mouthfeel that boba fans adore. And to top it off, it contains far fewer carbs than tapioca pearls-32g per 100g vs. 88g for tapioca pearls.
What’s the difference between original Jenji, and Jenji Pure?
Both our original Jenji and Jenji Pure lines of drinks feature our Coco Jelly Boba. The original Jenji flavors are available in large, 16.5 oz cans, and are made with soy milk. Jenji Pure, our more premium offering featuring all natural ingredients and pure coconut milk, is available in 10.8 oz. aluminum slim cans.
Is there Gluten in Jenji drinks?
No. All Jenji and Jenji Pure flavors are gluten-free.
Are they vegan?
Yes. All Jenji and Jenji Pure flavors are vegan friendly.
Are there GMOs?
No, we do not use any genetically modified ingredients.
Does Jenji need to be refrigerated?
You can store unopened cans at room temperature. Jenji beverages must be refrigerated after opening and consumed within 2 days after opening.
Where is the company located and where are the drinks made?
Our team is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area and our Jenji beverages are bottled in Taiwan and Vietnam.