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Types of Bubble tea

Honeydew
Honeydew

Most Boba / Bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk. Some popular flavors are: Honeydew Melon, Taro and Matcha Green Tea Latte. The Boba is served most often cold, sometimes hot, and blended like a smoothie or shaken like a cocktail.

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Jasmine Milk Tea
Jasmine Milk Tea

One of the first written records of adding milk to tea in the West was in 1698 in a letter a Lady Russell sent to her daughter with some "milk bottles" for tea (1). In a later letter she wrote, "excellent green tea is good with milk". Black tea was not invented until some 30 years later (2).

Lychee
Lychee

For every classy, cosmopolitan college student, tea is a must. Not just any tea, though. Quali-tea (couldn’t help myself). Nowadays, college students in large metropolitan areas can often be found at bubble tea hubs, playing board games and pool with their friends.

Lychee Green Tea
Lychee Green Tea

Lychee Bubble Tea July 12, 2013 / Morgan Have you ever had bubble tea? It's a super fun drink that you can find at some Thai restaurants, speciality shops and tea houses. I, personally, love it! It's a flavored tea with yummy squishy tapioca balls in it. You suck them up through a big fat straw and chew on them. I KNOW, if you haven't had it ...

Mango
Mango

Bubble tea is one of those treats that I love to indulge in on a warm day. The boba are filled with so much flavor, this drink really does taste best when left to soak. In addition to mango, I find that papaya juice is also great in bubble tea.

Mango Green Tea
Mango Green Tea

Bubble tea is one of those treats that I love to indulge in on a warm day. The boba are filled with so much flavor, this drink really does taste best when left to soak. In addition to mango, I find that papaya juice is also great in bubble tea.

Matcha Milk Tea
Matcha Milk Tea

#SpoonTip: Alternatively, you can buy powdered matcha green tea and just mix with hot water. GIF by Hui Lin Step 3. In a tall cup, add a generous scoop of the cooked tapioca pearls. Add honey or syrup to taste. GIF by Hui Lin Step 4. Fill the cup halfway with the tea, and fill the rest with almond milk. Top it off with a large straw and enjoy.

Passion Fruit
Passion Fruit

The passion fruit adds a surprising brightness to the tea, slightly tart with a tropical tang that is offset perfectly by the creamy sweet tea. This was my first time making boba at home, and I simply followed the package instructions, covering the pearls with a sugar syrup once they were tender, and you can definitely do the same (they are ready in about 10 minutes).

Peach
Peach

This easy, homemade peach bubble tea is the perfect summery drink! Flavored and sweetened all naturally, with chewy tapioca pearls as the "bubbles"!

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Pearl Milk Tea
Pearl Milk Tea

The term "bubble tea" is actually a reference to the milk froth that forms when the drink is shaken, not the chewy pearls in the drink that resemble bubbles, Quartz noted. The name "boba," on the other hand, originates from a Taiwanese slang term for the pearls.

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Plum
Plum

Sarah B’s bubble tea is not pretending to by anything other than what it is – a bubble tea all its own. ... Sarah B’s Peach and Plum Bubble Tea

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Roasted Milk Tea
Roasted Milk Tea

From now until April 17th, they are offering a Buy-One-Get-One-Free deal where you choose the bubble tea of your choice, then get to decide whether you want a Grass Jelly Roasted Milk Tea or Pearl Milk Tea as the free drink. Between April 18th – 24th(?), you can upsize the bubble tea for free.

Strawberry
Strawberry

Bubble tea, or boba, as it is sometimes called, can be made in a number of variations, some of which do not actually contain any tea. Strawberry bubble tea is a fruity drink made from fresh or frozen strawberries, tapioca pearls and simple syrup.

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Strawberry Frozen Ice Tea
Strawberry Frozen Ice Tea

Bossen Strawberry Syrup gives you so many possibilities to create desserts and drinks that people enjoy. Try to make strawberry iced tea, or lemonade, or strawberry frozen yogurt. Or just top it off shaved snow ice, ice cream or a custard pie.

Thai Milk Tea
Thai Milk Tea

Bubble tea is one of many popular names for this beverage, but it’s also called milk tea, pearl tea, tapioca tea, boba tea, boba nai cha, foam milk tea, momi milk tea, Q (which means chewy in Chinese), and many others.

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