Blog — milk tea
What is Boba? How to Cook it Perfectly? 0Originating from Taiwan in the 1980’s, the popularity of Boba has soared since the early days as a beverage inclusion. Nowadays, boba tea is a worldwide phenomenon, but even its most ardent fans may not know much about the chewy black balls at the core of the drink.
Top 5 Bubble Milk Tea Toppings 0
Bubble Milk Tea is growing in popularity here in the states. Bubble Tea is a refreshing drink from Taiwan, made up of many ingredients such as Tea, Milk, Juice, Assorted Flavorings, Fresh Fruit, and much more. They can be shaken or blended, hot or cold, with our without toppings. Bubble Tea has an immense number of possibilities!
Adding toppings to Bubble Tea is half the fun. Most people only have their bubble milk tea with only tapioca (pearls). It's time to give some variety to your bubble tea. Adding different toppings to your drink is a great way to explore new flavors and textures. This holiday try something new. We present our top 5 have to try bubble milk tea toppings:
- Danny Tam
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What are the Key Components to Bubble Tea? 0
What are the key components to bubble tea?
Bubble tea is a unique drink with different layers of taste. You first start with a powder and syrups for flavoring. Powders contain a non-dairy creamer so when mixed with tea or water and/or ice a creamier slush will be produced.
You Can't Have Bubble Tea Without Fresh Tapioca 0
Fresh tapioca is key to any bubble drink. The tapioca is often referred to “pearls” and must be soaked well before cooking. While cooking they rehydrate by, absorbing water up to twice their volume. After rehydration, tapioca products become leathery and swollen. Processed tapioca is usually white, but sticks and pearls may be colored.
Jelly Toppings for Bubble Tea and Snow Ice Explained 0
What is jelly?
Contrary to popular belief these are not made out of gelatin. They are actually made from coconut meat, or konjar, a vegetable by product. They have been around for a long time within many Asian desserts and snacks. Recently they have been used as an alternative to tapioca for bubble tea.