Bubble Tea – A Deliciooooous Invention!

Bubble Tea is a non-alcoholic drink and non-carbonated. Nothing new for a tea. But, this drink has more taste than regular teas because it is sweet, however, it contains less sugar than any other soft drink. Basically, any recipe of bubble tea contains milk, sugar, and giant black tapioca balls. “Bubble tea” bears this name because shaking the freshly brewed tea with ice results in a foam, called “bubble“. There are very many bubble tea flavors, such as tapioca pearl drink, tapioca ball drink, pearl shake, pearl tea, black pearl tea, big pearl, boba tea, boba ice tea, boba nai cha, milk tea, bubble drink, zhen zhu nai cha, momi, momi milk tea, QQ, BBT, PT. It resembles the frappe drinks or the summer non-alcoholic cocktails because it is brightly coloured. The bubbles, or balls have a consistency like gummy candy. Bubble tea is thought to have been original from Taiwan in the 80s. As a hint, bubble teas made at home should be drunk as soon as they are ready because the tapioca pearls might lose their gummy texture very easily. Enjoy!

Bubble Tea Flavours
Bubble Tea Flavours


Bubble Teas Recipes
Bubble Teas Recipes


Bubble Teas
Bubble Teas

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