It’s challenging to find a good bubble tea shop that serves drinks hot, cold, or blended. It’s roughly an hour distant from me. So the answer is to prepare it at home. It might not be the most conventional approach for brewing bubble tea—in fact, it probably isn’t—but I promise it works.
1 1/2 cup Milk
2-3 tbsp Taro Powder
1 bag Green Tea
2 tbsp Tapioca Pearls
to taste Honey (optional)
Your tapioca pearls should be boiled in a kettle of water. Whatever package you bought, adhere to the directions. In particular, the brand I’m using cooks in 5 minutes.
THE TEA (HOT VERSION)
Pour your milk and a bag of green tea into a different saucepan. For the tea to infuse with the milk, let it simmer over low heat for 5 to 10 minutes. Make sure the milk doesn’t burn on the pan’s bottom.
PUTTING IT TOGETHER
Pour the tapioca pearls into your glass after draining them. Then add 2 to 3 tablespoons of taro powder to your glass. Through a sieve, transfer the tea-infused milk to your glass. Depending on whether your taro powder is sweetened or unsweetened, you can now add honey to your beverage if it’s unsweetened. You are free to use sugar or a sugar substitute of your choice. You can now exclude the tapioca pearls if you’re not a big fan and still have a delightful taro milk tea.
COLD OR BLENDED VERSION
Now that the milk-infused tea has chilled in the fridge, you can serve it cold by pouring it into a glass with tapioca pearls. OR Pour the milk mixture and ice into a blender to get a blended version. To make a straightforward blended version, combine milk, taro powder, and ice cubes (or green tea ice cubes).Tags: boba taro milk tea, how to make bubble tea with powder, how to make taro milk tea, possmei bubble tea mix directions, taro boba tea, taro milk tea with boba, taro tea, USA