ALINK Flexible Boba Silicone Smoothie Straws, 6-Piece

Last updated: October 24, 2022

Smoothie drinkers with sensitive teeth will enjoy these soft straws. They're flexible enough to twist into a knot, but they bounce back without cracking. They're also stain-resistant, so you can drink bright fruit smoothies without ruining them.

ALINK Flexible Boba Silicone Smoothie Straws, 6-Piece

We looked at the top Smoothie Straws and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Smoothie Straw you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: These silicone smoothie straws are softer to help people with sensitive teeth enjoy a smoothie.

In our analysis of 10 expert reviews, the ALINK Flexible Boba Silicone Smoothie Straws, 6-Piece placed 8th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

13 pcs 10” long, 0.41” inner dia / 0.53” outside dia large straws, 1 cleaning brush. Perfect for homemade thick smoothies, bubble tea and milkshakes, hot or cold. 100% FOOD GRADE pure silicone, BPA free, no toxins, no weird smell or taste. Reusable, durable and flexible with no cracking, can be cut into different lengths. Feel soft against your lips, won’t hurt teeth. Dishwasher safe and easy to clean.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

These are 12" long, so they’ll fit in tall glasses or travel tumblers, and are made from sturdy silicone that can handle heat or cold.
They handled the boba without issue, and had the capability to bend and fold.
Perfect for thick smoothies or bubble tea, these wide silicone straws can be bent and twisted in any direction. The straws are BPA-free, nontoxic, dishwasher-safe, and come with a cleaning brush.
Made from 100% BPA-free food-grade silicone, these reusable straws are non-toxic and free from any strange synthetic smell or taste.
These silicone straws are wide enough for drinking bubble tea, so you know you're not going to have trouble with your smoothie.
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The silicone tip “feels nicer on my teeth” and testers “like the bendy-ness.” If you don’t put the tip entirely over the metal, you can chew it, and it doesn’t get as hot as the regular metal straws.

What reviewers didn't like

Something about the straws’ texture seemed to catch the sticky boba residue more than the other straws.
“I don’t like not knowing when the liquid will hit my mouth.”
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