Cool Down This WOMADelaide With Adelaide Fave Bobaz T

Cool Down This WOMADelaide With Adelaide Fave Bobaz T

WOMADelaide Festival is on this weekend and all set to fill Botanic Park with wonderful music, amazing crafts and questionable henna decisions. It’s forecast to be a scorcher of a weekend though, and festival-goers are going to need a cool drink to catch their breath from all that offbeat twirling.

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WOMADelaide Festival is on this weekend and all set to fill Botanic Park with wonderful music, amazing crafts and questionable henna decisions. It’s forecast to be a scorcher of a weekend though, and festival-goers are going to need a cool drink to catch their breath from all that offbeat twirling.

Typical Womad crowds can be more picky than most, though. They’re a diverse bunch; with the younger trendy casuals looking to take some Insta snaps, the barefooted eco brigadiers, or just parents who want to take advantage of the kid-friendly atmosphere to let them off the leash a bit.

If there’s any drink vendor at Womad this year that can hope to cater to all these tribes, it’s Bobaz t. The popular local purveyor of delicious cold teas & coffees will be dusting off their original truck on the weekend to provide refreshing iced drinks to suit anyone’s tastes.

With a massive menu of drinks on offer – from their famous cold brew coffee to the colourful ‘Kids t’, a low-sugar and caffeine-free mango-flavoured Rooibos tea – the Bobaz t guys either have it on offer or are happy to make it special for you. You can even spice up your Rooibos with lychee and pomegranate – one of their newest creations.

Other chill as options include their custom iced coffees how you like it, matcha lattes or even chill berry strawberry tea! Bobaz t encourages their customers to customise their drinks, so don’t be afraid to try out a different topping or two.

Bobaz t will be in between the Foundation Stage and Stage 2 all weekend at WOMADelaide Festival, dishing out cold bevvies to get you back in the throng of barefoot hippies dancing to some Guatemalan kazoo outfit. Check out their site and Facebook page for more info.

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