Bubble Tea

Bubble tea for tea lover

An incredibly unique looking beverage, Bubble tea is a Taiwanese recipe made by the combination of tea base with milk adding with fruit and fruit juices and then adding the “bubbles” which is made of delicious tapioca pearls that sit at the bottom. These delicious fruits or tea infusions can be served either piping hot or iced cold, making a delicious and ever-so-quick drink and snack tea. Bubble tea is served in transparent cups with a large and big straw so that - as you drink - the tapioca balls (also known as “pearls” or “boba”) draw closer and shooting up it and can be chewed as you swallow down the delicious liquid. It is also called Bubble tea because of adding tapioca balls and the floating “bubbles” created by the shaking of ingredients in the machine which involved by blending of tea base with fruit.

Flavors used in Bubble Tea as Refreshment

Bubble tea made with various ingredients like milk, cream, ice-cream, shaved ice, fresh fruit, flavored powders, soy milk, Black tea, Green tea. Other Popular Non - fruity and creamy flavors include taro, chocolate, rose tea, mocha, thai tea. The drink is made from various ways and has evolve over the decades and their are many different recipes that each tea shop holds, that makes them stand out from the rest.

Classification of bubble Tea

Pearl Milk Tea - A milky tea with tapioca pearls this is what is commonly known in the West as 'bubble tea.

Bubble Milk Tea - A variation on tapioca pearl tea with larger tapioca balls.

Black Pearl Milk Tea - Bubble milk tea use black pearls as opposed to colored or white pearls.

Types of Tea in Bubble Tea

Black Tea especially Earl Grey, is the most popular option for bubble tea.

Oolong tea is a popular option, though green oolong is another favorite for many bubble tea drinkers.

White Tea is a relatively popular option in some western countries it is rarely used for bubble tea in Taiwan

Benefit of Bubble Tea

Benefit of Bubble Tea

Boosts Energy

Sugar in bubble tea, in addition to the caffeine that is found in black, white or green tea, this popular Taiwanese drink can provide a major increase in energy. A healthier version with less sugar could still provide a kick start to your metabolism.

Strengthens Immune System

Green tea, one of the most popular flavors of bubble tea, contains a wide range of antioxidants , which boost the immune system by preventing oxidative stress. Fresh fruits in your tea such as mango, strawberry or kiwi, you will also get a dose of vitamin C in your tea, meaning even more of a boost to the immune system.

Prevents Free Radical Damage

Bubble tea has impressive effects on the free radicals floating around your body. Adding green tea to your diet is always a good choice.