Recipes — bubble tea

Summer Drink : Avocado Smoothie with Tapioca Bubbles 0

Summer is approaching and what is a better way then sharing smoothie recipes? Today we will dive into an avocado smoothie with bubbles. This recipe will leave your taste buds wanting more. 

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Valentine's Day : Strawberry Pomegranate Tea 0

Valentine's Day is a special time for romance. What can be more romantic then making tea for your loved one. Explore our premium teas for your sweetheart. Today we share one our new line of teas; Royal Tea Series. Enjoy. 

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How to Make Bubble Tea with Real Tea 0

 

As per popular request, we decided to write a post on making Bubble Tea with Real Tea. Try out this recipe if you're looking for quality authentic flavor and taste. If you are a looking for further instructions and tips, check out our Boba School for professional guidance.

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Osmanthus Black Milk Tea Recipe 0

Osmanthus Black Milk Tea Recipe

Bubble Milk Tea Bubble teas are typically of two distinct types: fruit-flavored teas and milk teas. Today we will be discussing how to make bubble milk tea. One of the oldest bubble tea comes from Taiwan black tea with small tapioca pearls, milk and or sweetener and syrup. The drink is served cold.

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Healthy Bubble Tea Recipes 0

 

Healthy Bubble Tea Recipes

Bubble tea is a tea drink created in Taiwan. You all know these drinks with the big straws and yummy tapioca balls at the bottom. The drink is made in a variety of ways and has evolved over the decades. There are many different recipes that each tea shop holds, that makes them stand out from the rest. These include different ingredients, like milk, cream, ice cream, shaved ice, fresh fruit, syrup, flavored powders, soy milk, black tea, and/or green jasmine tea. Today we will share a few delicious recipes that will benefit your health. Here are a couple healthy bubble tea recipes.

 

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Assam Black Tea History and Use for Bubble Tea 0

Assam Black Tea

Assam Black Tea is produced in India. The tea leaf is grown at sea level and is known for it’s strong flavors and bright color. Assam makes a perfect breakfast time tea, that will give you the boost you need. The tea leaf receives its unique flavors; growing in humid temperatures and tropical climate. Assam, India and Southern China are the only two regions worldwide with native tea plants.

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