What is Boba Tea?

Boba tea has its roots in 1980s Taichung, Taiwan, when Ms. Lin Hsi Hui introduced tapioca pearls into her iced tea, giving birth to the iconic drink.

History of Boba Tea

Why is Boba Tea so Popular?

Unique taste and edible experience

Elevate your tea time: sip, savor, and surprise your taste buds with chewy pearls and juicy bursts, redefining your beverage experience.

Wide variety of flavors and toppings

Explore a world of flavors including classic milk, matcha, tropical fruits like mango and pineapple, and unique options like taro, coconut, and kiwi.

Aesthetic Primed for Social Media Sharing

Boba tea's visual charm is a key factor in its popularity. Its unique look drives people to share on social media, showcasing their extraordinary choice of drink.

How to Make Boba Tea ah HOME?


Combine water and your chosen tea in a pot. Heat on high until boiling, then remove and let the tea cool to room temperature

In a separate pot, boil water, add tapioca pearls, and cook for 15-20 minutes until tender, checking after 10 minutes

Strain and drain pearls. Position strainer over a bowl, add brown sugar, and pour hot water over it

Mix pearls until brown sugar dissolves. Soak pearls in syrup for 30 minutes, then set aside.

Pour pearls (and ice if desired) into glasses, add brown sugar syrup, tea, and milk to taste. Stir, grab a straw, and savor the goodness!

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