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How to make bubble tea presentation


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Bubble tea, also known as pearl tea or Boba is a tea based product which has its origin in Taichung, Taiwan. . A variety of drinks other than the original one are also available in the market with a huge range of other ingredients like coconut and cocoa. The most popular among them is the blended form of bubble milk and fruit tea with tapioca pearls.

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How to make bubble tea presentation

  1. 1. Presented By Jenni Koo
  2. 2. What is BUBBLE TEA? Bubble tea, the other name for pearl tea or Boba is a cold drink that has its origin in Taiwan.Bubble tea is an experiment done with green tea or black tea by adding some fruity flavors, then shaking it well to produce bubbles and serving it in a clear cup. The bubbles are chewy tapioca balls or fruit jellies that are blended with ice ingredients and added to it giving it a slushy taste.
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  4. 4. HOW TO MAKE BUBBLE TEA?  Pre soak the pearls in a bowl full of water for a couple of hours to make it soft and tender, which is how most people want to have it. The tapioca pearls are available in the market or it can also be made from the starch.
  5. 5.  Mix 8 cups of brown sugar and 8 cups of white sugar with 18 cups of water in a small sauce pan and heat it until the sugar dissolves in the water. Turn off the heat when the sugar is melted and pour the sugar syrup into a serving container.
  6. 6.  Boil 1 cup of tapioca pearls to 7 cups of water in high heat. Stir lightly to prevent sticking. Tapioca pearls should float to the top of the water. Rinse the pearls in cold lukewarm water and drain the excess water.
  7. 7.  Pour the pearls in a container and soak them with the sugar syrup for sweetening. Honey can also be used as a substitute sweetener.
  8. 8.  Keep the pearls in a fridge for not more than four days or use them immediately or else they would become mushy and hard.
  9. 9.  Bring 17 cups of water to light boil and add some black or green tea bags to it. 12 minutes later remove the tea bags and pour the tea into a serving glass.
  10. 10.  Mix the hot brewed tea with some condensed milk or soya milk and 2 tablespoons of sugar syrup in an airtight shaker cup. Condensed milk can be substituted with some non dairy creamers like fresh cream.
  11. 11.  Prepare a mixture of ice and fresh fruit juice. Add some sugar syrup or fresh cream in the mixture. The consistency of the mixture should be maintained. Add the mixture to the glass of already prepared milk tea. Many types of fruits can be used for this like mango, strawberry, almond, coconut and all which adds to the taste of the tea.
  12. 12.  Pour some ice cubes in another glass and add the cooked tapioca pearls.
  13. 13.  Add in all the mixture of fruit and milk tea into the glass of tapioca pearls and shake it well until a nice froth is formed. Tapioca pearls should remain at the bottom of the glass. Serve the drink with a big straw and enjoy.
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