What is "Bubble Tea?"
Bubble Tea is the popular name given to the variety of refreshing flavored fruit teas and milk teas served cold or hot with tapioca balls that you suck up through a fat straw. Its like a snack and a drink at the same time! Many refer to the tapioca balls as "boba" or "pearls" and then others just call it "bubbles." But the true origins of the name "bubble tea" comes from the frothy bubbles that appear when the drinks are shaken during preparation.
During the 1980s in Taiwan, bubble tea was invented by Liu Han-Chieh who began adding Tapioca 'pearls' into the iced fruit mixed teas, which sat at the bottom of the clear cups and thus creating "Bubble Tea!"
With a 'base' of antioxidant rich green tea or black/red tea , our teas are infused with natural fruit flavors, and iced to perfection, then topped off with a delicious topping that complements the fruit flavor. But to really experience the taste of bubble tea, you are just gonna have to try if for yourself!
Tapioca boba are black, marble sized, with the consistency of gummy bears. The ingredients of boba includes sweet potato, cassava root and brown sugar, thus making them black in color.
Tell me more about Taro?
Taro is a tropical root vegetable found in south-east Asia, Africa and the Americas. It is considered a essential food in some parts of the world, made popular for its white and light purple coloration
and sweet nutty flavor.
Unlike its tapioca chewy counterpart, popping boba has a fruit flavor center that "Pops" when you bite into it! The outer shell is made from Seaweed extract, with a delicious fruit flavored juice filling.
Whats a Jelly?
Jelly is made from the "Nata de coco," or creamof coconut.The Nata de coco is then cut into various shapes and sizes and then marinated in the fruit flavors to sweeten it.Jellies are often served cold as a desserts and as a healthy alternative due to it having high dietary fiber, low fats and zero cholesterol content.