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Your Questions About Taro Tea

Sandra asks…

how can i make taro boba milk tea?

I’m going to try and make them =D like this one http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1374/1047423891_09039ba6ac.jpg but i don’t know how and how do they make it taste like taro? can someone tell me how? thx! =]

Bubble Tea Fun answers:

I went onto googles and search it, this is one of the links I got:



George asks…

What does taro bubble tea taste like? o-o?

i see people getting purple bubble tea and i really want to try it but does it taste good and what does it taste like?

Bubble Tea Fun answers:

I’ve only had it once – I had mango and it tasted like a milky mango flavoured drink with tapioca balls in it…..

Sandy asks…

How can I make bubble tea ?

I love Bubble Tea. I used to drink it often when I was still in Australia. It is from Taiwan, though. Do you know where I can buy it in Hamburg, Germany ? I don’t think it is available here :( So does anyone know how to make it ? My Favorites are Green Apple Green Tea and Rose Green Tea. I also like Taro Milk Tea. Any suggestions ?
Thank you guys, but how can I add the flavor ? For example green apple green tea is made from tea not milk but how do I get the green apple flavor or the taro flavor ?

Bubble Tea Fun answers:

That’s funny…I just bought Tapioca to make it, too. I’ve never had it thought, so I don’t know what I am getting into.

* 3 ounces tapioca pearls
* sugar syrup
* 1 cup brewed tea (Chinese black tea or lychee tea is good)
* 1 cup milk (or to taste)
* Ice cubes
* Tapioca Pearls
* 1 part tapioca pearls
* 4 parts (or more) water
* Sugar Syrup
* 2 parts white sugar
* 1 part brown sugar
* 3 parts water

Prepare the sugar syrup for the tapioca pearls (see below).[

Prepare the tapioca pearls (see below)

Place the tapioca pearls in the large glass jar

Allow the tea to cool to room temperature. Add the milk.

Remember the wild bar scenes in the Tom Cruise film Cocktail? Add the sugar syrup, milk and tea mix, and the ice cubes to a cocktail shaker and shake well. (Alternately you can process them in a blender, but that’s not nearly as much fun!)

Pour the shaken mixture into the glass with the tapioca pearls.Serve with a thick straw.

To make the tapioca pearls: When making the tapioca pearls, which are the chief ingredient in Asian bubble teas, please note that the pearls expand considerably when cooked. Please ensure that you use a large pot. (As a rule, the more pearls cooked, the more water should be used: that is, the water to pearl ratio must be higher. For 3kgs of pearls, we recommend using as much as 6 times as much water).

Boil the water. Add the pearls to the boiling water and boil for 30 minutes. Stir occasionally to make sure the pearls are not sticking to each other or to the pot. Turn off heat and let the pearls steep in the water for another 30 minutes with the lid of the cooking pot on.

Drain the tapioca pearls and rinse with cold water to cool them down. Place them in sugar syrup (sugar and water solution – see below). Make sure that the pearls are covered. Stir the pearls well. The pearls are now ready to enjoy.

To make the sugar syrup: in a saucepan, bring the water to boil. Add the sugars. Reduce heat and heat until the sugar crystals are dissolved. Remove from heat. Note: Please feel free to experiment with the ratio of white sugar to brown sugar, and the ratio of the sugar to water.

Recipe reprinted with permission.

Steven asks…

what do you need to make a taro bubble tea?

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Lizzie asks…

What exactly is taro milk tea?

Its purple! But what is it?


Bubble Tea Fun answers:

It is a tea made from the taro root. The root is what gives it the purple color. The bubbles come from tapioca pearls or gellatin to make it bubble.

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