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Iced Tea, Coffee and Boba Tea

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Tea and coffee are the classic drinks but these days tea and coffee are prepared in different modern techniques and flavours.

Boba tea is a new addition in the traditional drinks of tea and coffee. Bubble tea is the latest tea fad from Asia.

A tall glass of iced tea is a summer-time classic. There are many different ways to prepare it. Like most people like it as Apple and honey iced tea or Boston Iced tea and cranberry orange iced tea is very famous.

Beside these flavors there are lots of different iced tea can be enjoyed in the summer time, like Ginger iced tea, Lemon almond iced tea, Lime mint iced tea, Milk Thandai, Peach iced tea, Raspberry honey iced tea, Saigon tea, Sparkling jasmine iced tea, Spiced maple iced tea and Thai iced tea.

Also don’t sacrifice your cup of coffee just because the weather is too warm. There are lots of ways to serve up iced coffee like Iced Coffee Tips, Cinnamon Caramel Iced Coffee, Coffee Coke Float, Coffee Latte Shake, Coffee Soda, Cold Coffee Nog, Death from the Kettle, Espresso Chill, Frosty Miss, Iced Cafe au Lait, Iced Honey Coffee, Iced Raspberry Chocolate Cappuccino, Instant Iced Cappuccino, Lemon Cafe and Thai Iced Coffee.

Don’t let your coffee drinks get watered down with plain ice cubes. Freeze some coffee ahead of time in an ice cube tray. For a fancy touch, add a couple of whole roasted coffee beans to each cube. Warn your guests though. When the cubes melt, you don’t want folks choking on the loose beans.

Tired of the latest fad coffees? Something new is hitting tea houses and coffee shops across the country. It’s bubble tea.

This somewhat bizarre drink also goes by the names boba, pearl tea, milk tea, or bubble drink. It’s part drink, part dessert snack, and all fun! There aren’t too many drinks out there that you can chew as well as sip.

No, it’s not carbonated tea. Bubble tea is a new drink from Asia that is all the rage these days. Boba tea is served hot or cold, in crazy flavors with tapioca balls in the bottom.

Bubble tea can be a tricky drink to make at home, because you need special ingredients and tapioca pearls.

Time Required: 5 min

Here’s How:

In a cocktail shaker, combine the following:

1 scoop flavour powder
1 scoop powdered dairy creamer
1 scoop sugar syrup
3/4 cup tea, cold
1 cup ice

Shake everything up until the powders are dissolved and well blended.

Pour in a glass over the cooked tapioca pearls.

Tips:

You can adjust the amounts to suit your own tastes.

Can also be made hot, without the ice.

About the Author:

Expert in Bubble tea and Boba Tea.

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