Bubble Tea

By:Mili Patel

How was Bubble Tea (a.k.a Boba Tea) made?

Bubble teas are made of two types: fruit-flavored teas and milk teas. However, some shops offer "fruit milk teas". Most milk teas include powdered dairy or non dairy creamers, but some shops also offer fresh milk as an alternative. Other varieties are 100% crushed-fruit smoothies with tapioca pearls and signature ice cream shakes made from local ice cream sources. Many American bubble tea vendors sell "milk smoothies", which are similar to bubble tea but do not contain any tea ingredients. Some small cafés offer sweetener substitutes, such as honey,etc.

Where did bubble tea originate?

Bubble tea was made in taiwan. People think that bubble tea became popular in america because a few taiwanese people settled in america and along with them they brought the bubble tea recipe.

How is bubble tea made?

Pre-soak the pearls for a few hours if you want them tender all the way through, rather than soft on the outside and chewy on the inside (which is how most people prefer them).Measure 7 parts water to 1 part tapioca pearls. Bring the water to a rolling boil.Add the pearls and stir them to make sure they don't stick to the bottom.When the pearls float to the top, cover the pot and keep the water at a rolling boil for 30 minutes. Stir every 10 minutesRemove from heat and let the pearls sit covered for 30 minutes.Rinse the pearls with lukewarm or cold water.Sweeten the pearls with honey or the following sugar syrup to taste (which can also be used to sweeten the drink).Mix one cup of white sugar, one cup of brown sugar, and two cups of water in a pot.Bring to a boil, then immediately remove from heat.(This is for the boba/tapioca pearls.)Later on you can make the tea part and simply add the boba.Enjoy!

What countries is bubble tea popular in?

Europe, South Korea, Canada, U.S.A, China, Japan and many other countries drink bubble tea.

Recipe for bubble tea!