How to Make Bubble Tea

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How to Make Bubble Tea



Refreshing, colorful and just yum - the bubble tea trend is finally back! We love the brightly colored Taiwanese cult drink with the sweet pearls and therefore have delicious recipes for you to imitate: for homemade tapioca pearls, for the bubble tea classic with brown sugar and for a fruity variant with jasmine tea. Get the partea started!

The bubble tea hype

Mhh ... how could you best describe bubble tea? Simply oishii ! Bubble tea lodi nj is a kind of tea milkshake with pearls that have an indescribable consistency. They remind us a bit of wine gum! Sounds a little crazy, doesn't it? You just have to try bubble tea to understand it!

But where does the hype come from? Bubble tea was invented in Taiwan in the 1980s. Tapioca pearls existed long before that, but until then they were only eaten as a sweet topping for ice cream or desserts. But nobody really knows who invented the mixture of tea and tapioca pearls! Some say bubble tea was invented in a tea house to get kids excited about tea drinking again. Others claim that a tea shop employee accidentally dropped tapioca pearls into a drink one day, creating bubble tea!

Make Brown Sugar Bubble Tea yourself

The classic

Now we come to the "T in Bubble Tea"! Brown Sugar Bubble Tea is probably the most popular type of bubble tea - especially because the drink is so quick to prepare and you only need a few ingredients for it. Caramel, creamy and simply addicting - with this bubble tea recipe you will never have to queue in front of a Boba shop again!

Preparation

Working time: approx. 20 minutes

First, prepare your tapioca pearls. You can either make these yourself according to our recipe or you can cook tapioca pearls you have bought according to the instructions on the packet and then put them in brown sugar syrup.

Next, boil the black tea and let it steep for about 5-6 minutes. Earl Gray or English Breakfast Tea are particularly good for this. Then add ice cubes and milk or a milk alternative to the glass and fill it up with the cooled black tea.

Jasmine Bubble Tea Recipe

Oh so fruity!

This bubble tea recipe does not use milk, but is at least as tasty and refreshing as the classic brown sugar. Ice-cold and deliciously fruity - that's the bubble tea recipe with jasmine tea and cranberry juice.

Preparation

Working time: approx. 20 minutes

First, prepare the tea. If you can't find jasmine tea, just use your favorite fruit tea. Warning: never pour boiling water over jasmine tea! If the water is too hot, the tea will quickly turn bitter. Let the kettle cool down for 1-2 minutes after boiling and only then pour the tea. Let this steep for about 3 minutes, then remove the tea bag and put it in a cool place. If you like your drink a little sweeter, you can sweeten the warm tea with a teaspoon of honey. Boil your finished tapioca pearls or prepare them yourself. Mix them with a teaspoon of honey, too.

Fill a tall glass with ice cubes. Add a few of the tapioca pearls and then fill the glass with the cooled tea and cranberry juice. Yum - your bubble tea is ready!

If you want a slightly healthier bubble tea, you can replace the tapioca pearls with pomegranate seeds in this variant! They can also be sucked up through a large straw and pop up wonderfully refreshingly in the mouth while drinking.

Make bubble tea yourself

Happiness at first taste

There are of course countless other colorful Bubble Tea variants and recipes: with creationsfrozenyogurt, with fruit tea, with iced tea, with colorful Popping Bobas or as fruity cocktail. Just try what you like best - there are no limits to your creativity!










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