I'm talking about the delicious drinks like PurAloe that contain liquid and numerous chewable bubbles of pulp. You really have to and do chew the bubbles. So is it possible that one should follow the usual rules for soup and make a separate bracha (HaAdama?) on the solids? That it would be difficult to separate the parts seems to me only a reason to avoid the drink, not to make a less-than-ideal bracha on it.
I don't know if bubble tea is ever kosher--maybe in Israel--but I'd also wonder about the bracha on that.