In bubble tea shops, what’s the difference between a snow and a slush?

In bubble tea shops, what’s the difference between a snow and a slush?

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  1. To me, “slush” refers to a slushie (which is a drink) and “snow” refers to shaved ice (which is a dessert). Slushies differ from bubble tea in that they are kind of like smoothies, except without the dairy component .

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  2. In my experience, I’ve seen some bubble tea shops or cafes that serve both drinks and desserts or snacks. To me, “slush” refers to a slushie (which is a drink) and “snow” refers to shaved ice (which is a dessert).
    Slushies differ from bubble tea in that they are kind of like smoothies, except without the dairy component. So, it’s basically a drink that consists of a mixture of ice and fruit juice blended together in a blender. They can be quite tasty and come in all kinds of flavors!
    In Chinese shops, the shaved ice is usually served with toppings like ice cream or fresh fruit or red beans, and occasionally topped with condensed milk. In Malaysia and Singapore, there is a shaved ice dessert called ais kacang, but I haven’t seen very many bubble tea cafes that serve it here in the US.

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