Jellies

With the added texture and flavor, Tea Zone®Jellies can enhance a drink or dessert. Whether it’s delicious grass jelly in milk tea, colorful assorted yogo jelly in fruit tea, or mango jelly atop frozen yogurt; jellies are sure to sweeten and add character to any beverage or dessert.

Choose from our wide selection of jellies: rainbow yogo jelly, lychee jelly, coffee jelly, strawberry jelly, passion fruit jelly, mango jelly, and much more.

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FAQ

What is jelly?

Similar to jams and jelly beans, Tea Zone Jellies also come in various fruit flavors, but instead are used in drinks as toppings. They are bite-sized rectangles that fit perfectly into your boba straw. Available in flavors like coffee, aloe, and grass jelly. Give customers the luxury to satisfy their sweet tooth.

Why is it called coconut jelly?

 Coconut jellies are made from the inside layer of a coconut known as konjac, which gives them their thick gelatin-like texture.This unique texture then sets them apart from other jellies like aloe vera jelly and grass jelly, which are more like jello. 

What does coconut jelly taste like?

They are true to the flavors they claim to be and they add that pop of color and taste you need to make your drink go from good to amazing. Coconut jellies are ready-to-go rectangles of pure goodness that possess a similar texture to coconut meat. 

Does Jelly expire?

Yes. The Jelly’s expiration information will be labeled on the product. They have a long shelf life if stored properly, so be sure to keep them away from excessive heat or moisture and constant light exposure. Ccoop the jelly with clean utensils and securely cap the jar after usage. 

What is rainbow jelly made of?

Rainbow jelly is a combination of all the most popular jelly flavors: lychee, strawberry, mango.

What is Lychee Coconut Jelly?

Lychee Jelly possesses the sweet aromatic scent of lychee and is one of the most well-known toppings used in milk teas, slushies, and other drinks. They taste just like the favorite childhood snack, lychee jelly cups, which you can find at any asian grocery store. Lychee Coconut Jelly are condensed bite-sized rectangles that have the same texture as the inside of a coconut.