3 Bubble tea recipes

About bubble tea: 

  • tea-based drink originating in Taichung, Taiwan in the early 1980s
  • includes chewy tapioca balls or a wide range of other toppings
  • there are many varieties of the drink with a wide range of flavors

You can find them almost everywhere now. From the traditional ones all the way to the slushy type of bubble tea. 

The boba  balls you can make on your own or you can buy them already made. If you choose the tapioca calls you should definitely make a brown sugar syrup from then and if you go with the popping boba just choose your favourite flavour. 

Let’s get to it. 

Depending on the coup size the ratio of boba to liquid is 1 to 6. For a 500 ml cup is 83 ml. 


Tiger boba tea 

Ingredients 

  • 50 ml coconut vodka 
  • 25 ml coconut rum 
  • 75 ml cold coconut milk 
  • 75 ml matcha 
  • Ice: cubes and crushed 
  • Garnish: coconut flakes, corn syrup

Tools 

  • Shaker 
  • Cocktail strainer 
  • Tea strainer 
  • Rocks glass


The how to 

In your glass add the boba. Tilt your glass when you do that so the boba will leave a trail on the glass. 

Add your tea, milk and ice in your shaker and shake well.

Strain the mix in your serving glass. 


Green lavender 

Ingredients 

  • 85 g of green apple popping boba 
  • 450 ml green tea 
  • 25 ml lavender syrup 
  • 10 ml fresh lime juice 
  • Ice 

Tools 

  • Cup
  • Spoon
  • Shaker 
  • Cocktail strainer
  • Tea strainer


The how to 

In your glass add the boba.

In your shaker add the green tea, the lavender syrup, lime juice and ice. Shake well, you need to form foam. 

Double strain the mix in the serving glass.


Just Peachy 

Ingredients 

  • 85 g of peach popping boba  
  • 250 ml black tea 
  • 25 ml peach syrup 
  • 25 ml orange juice 
  • 3 mint leaves 
  • 100 ml soda water(cold)

Tools 

  • Cup
  • Spoon
  • Shaker 
  • Cocktail strainer
  • Tea strainer


The how to 

In your glass add the boba.

In your shaker add the black tea, peach syrup, orange juice, mint leaves . Add ice and shake well. 

Double strain the mix in the serving glass. Top the glass with the sparkling soda, poor it slowly using the walls of the glass. Do not mix.


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