by Chuck Seaver, South Lake Tablet

Teamont Boba recently opened a third location in historic downtown Groveland at 135 East Broad Street. A well-attended ribbon-cutting, hosted by the South Lake Chamber of Commerce was held on Friday, April 19th with friends, family, and city representatives from both the City of Groveland and Clermont present.


Owner Juliana Green thanked the City of Groveland, her family, staff, and God for making the location in Groveland possible. Juliana’s goals are to not only provide jobs for local residents but to also have the shop become a place known for its wonderful boba tea drinks and friendly staff.  “I want to provide a place where friends can gather and enjoy good company in the pleasant environment provided within the shop,” says Green.

Comfortable seating, including couches and living room-style chairs will greet patrons as they enjoy the cheerful and delicious drink selections.

Juliana is also the owner of Everything Local Co., a business that provides merchandise through local artists, crafters, and merchandise designers Teamont Boba- Groveland will have a cozy area in the store dedicated to Everything Local Co. merchandise available for purchase.

Teamont Boba offers two additional locations in the South Lake area for your convenience. Visit 821 West Minneola Avenue, Clermont or Teamont Café in the Cooper Memorial Library-Lake Sumter State College campus located at 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont.  Juliana is also the owner of Main Squeeze, located in downtown Clermont at 763 W. Montrose. It’s a great place to get a refreshing flavored lemonade.

​Visit for a full listing of location hours and their large range of boba tea drinks.
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