Item Description
 

 

 TAPIOCA BLACK PEARLS used for Bubble Tea, Boba Drinks, Sago, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Philippines, Asian, Oriental, Exotic, Strikingly, Excitingly, or Mysteriously different or unusual drinks.

 

How to prepare Tapioca Pearls for Bubble Tea 

Boil the water

Step 1: Boil Water

  • Make sure there is a minimum of
    7 parts water to 1 part tapioca.

 

Pour in the Tapioca

Step 2: Pour tapioca into boiling water

  • When water achieves a rolling boil
    pour in the tapioca pearls.
Stir the tapioca Step 3: Stir lightly
  • Stir the tapioca lightly so that it doesn't
    stick to the bottom.
Floating tapioca Step 4: Let the tapioca float to the top
  • Let the tapioca pearls float to the top.
Cook for 45 minutes Step 5: Cook for 25-30 minutes on high heat with cover on
  • When the tapioca floats, cover the pot.
  • Maintain a rolling boil and stir every 10 minutes.
Steep the tapioca Step 6: Steep the cooked tapioca for 25 minutes
  • After cooking for 25-30 minutes, take the pot
    off the heat and let sit for 25 minutes covered.
Drain the tapioca Step 7: Drain the water from the cooked tapioca
  • Run lukewarm  or cold water over the pearls and drain the water from them.
Done Step 8: Cover in sugar syrup
  • Pour tapioca into a container and cover in
    sugar syrup or brown sugar.
  • Cover the container.
  • Serve when ready.

SERVING TIPS: Tapioca Pearls is delicious served hot or cold. Serve with sweet soups, milk tea, coffee, jelly, etc. 

Tapioca Pearls may become hard if not consumed after cooking. Add hot water or microwave 2 minutes to soften the Tapioca Pearls.

Store under 20ºC cool place, consume within 10 months OR before used date

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Per pack 1 Oz = ± 28.35g (We also do per 1 kg)

Originating in Taiwan, bubble tea is especially popular in many Asian regions. The drink is also popular in Europe, Canada, and the United States. Bubble tea is also known as boba drink, pearl tea drink, boba ice tea, boba, boba nai cha, zhen zhou nai cha, pearl milk tea, pearl ice tea, black pearl tea, tapioca ball drink, BBT, PT, pearl shake, QQ (which means chewy in Chinese) and possible many others. Tapioca pearls are made mostly from tapioca starch, processed from the bitter-cassava plant, sometimes called manioca or yuca in some parts of the world. The bitter-cassava plant is native to South America and was introduced into Asia sometime during the 19th century where it was quickly adopted as a staple food in many different cultures (perhaps explaining why Asians seem to be more favorably disposed to tapioca).

Other common names include pearl tea, black pearl tea or boba, the name used in Taiwan, where the drink originated. Boba is delicious, sweet and refreshing, with a striking appearance. For this reason, it is always served in a clear glass. But to neophytes, the drink might look, and taste, odd.

 

The dark tapioca balls, slightly smaller than marbles, stay in the bottom of the glass, creating a layered effect. The liquid part alone, usually a combination of black or green tea, regular milk and a clear, unflavored fruit syrup (for sweetness), is innocuous enough. It tastes like one of those popular iced coffee drinks you can find at any corner coffee house these days. But those balls at the bottom of the glass....

At first they are weird. You suck them through an appropriately jumbo straw, along with the cold, sweetened tea. They arrive in your mouth, slick and slightly gelatinous. And then you bite into one, or maybe several, because it is hard to control how many come through the straw. Hmmm. Chewy, but not too chewy--somewhere between a gummy candy and a marshmallow--with a subtle sweetness. Suddenly you want more. Drink as food. Thus begins the addiction

 

Natural Flavor: Lemon tea, tea ice, milk tea, taro (yam), chocolate, yogurt, chocolate cocoa, vanilla, almond, black sesame, champagne, peppermints, strawberry, blueberry, honeydew, banana, papaya, orange, mango, pineapple, apple, watermelon, others assorted fruit powder mixes etc.

 

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How to cook Bubble Tea Sugar Syrup:

1 cup white sugar
1 cup brown sugar
2 cups water

Approximately 32-35 sixteen ounce servings

  1. Mix sugar and water in a large pot.
  2. Cook at medium to high heat.
  3. Once the mixture boils remove from stove immediately.
  4. Let cool and serve.
    *Refrigerate any excess 

 

How to make a Bubble Tea Flavor Powder Drink:

1 Scoop Bubble Tea Powder Flavor (Bubble Tea Supply of course)
1 Scoop non-dairy powder creamer
1 Scoop bubble tea sugar syrup

3/4 cup water
1 cup ice
2 fl. oz. of cooked Bubble Tea Tapioca Pearls

Makes one 16 oz. serving

  1. Put all ingredients except tapioca into shaker and shake it up.
  2. Make sure that the flavor powder and creamer is mixed well.
  3. Add bubble tea tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
  4. Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.

          *Add more flavor powder and creamer for thicker drink.

 

How to make a Boba (bubble tea) Fresh Fruit Drink:

The best tasting fresh fruit drinks include strawberry, watermelon, mango, red bean (adzuki), and papaya.

1 cup fresh fruit
1/2 cup milk
1 Scoop
bubble tea sugar syrup

1 cup ice
2 fl. oz. cup of cooked Bubble Tea Tapioca Pearls

  1. Put all ingredients except bubble tea tapioca pearls into a blender and blend well.
  2. Make sure that the fruits are grinded into the milkshake.
  3. Add bubble tea tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
  4. Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.  

 

How to make a Bubble Tea Powder Fresh Fruit Drink:

1 Scoop Bubble Tea Flavor Powder
1 Scoop non-dairy powder creamer
1 Scoop
bubble tea sugar syrup
1/2 cup fresh fruit
1/4 cup crushed ice
2 fl. oz. of cooked Bubble Tea Tapioca Pearls

  1. Put bubble tea flavor powder, creamer sugar syrup and fresh fruit into the blender for 20 seconds or until blended well.
  2. Blend the drink less if you like little pieces of fruit.
  3. Add tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
  4. Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.

 

How to make a Pearl Milk Tea

This can be made with black, green, oolong, chai, or yerba mate. The most popular are black tea and green jasmine tea.

3/4 cup tea
1 Scoop non-dairy powder creamer
1 Scoop
bubble tea sugar syrup

1 cup ice
2 fl. oz. of cooked Bubble Tea Tapioca Pearls
  1. Put hot tea, creamer and bubble tea sugar syrup in shaker and mix well.
  2. Add in ice, cover shaker and shake for a nice froth.
  3. Add tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.
  4. Put in your big fat bubble tea straw and enjoy.

    *A much easier option is to use our Bubble Tea Milk Tea Powder.

 

How to make Thai Tea Bubble Tea:

3 1/2 c water
1/3 c Thai tea mixture

  1. Heat the water to boiling, then using four layers of cheesecloth as a filter, pour the water through the tea four times or until the tea until reaches the right color.

10 oz. cooked Thai tea
1 Scoop
bubble tea sugar syrup
2 TBLS sweetened condensed milk
2 fl. oz. of cooked Tapioca Pearls

  1. Mix together the Thai tea, bubble tea sugar syrup and sweetened condensed milk and shake until little bubbles form on the top of the drink.
  2. Add bubble tea tapioca pearls to a 16 oz. cup, and pour your drink over.

 

How to make a Boba (bubble tea) Iced Coffee:

2 TBLS instant coffee
1 Scoop non-dairy powder creamer
1 Scoop
bubble tea sugar syrup

3/4 cup water
1 cup ice
2 fl. oz. of cooked Bubble Tea Tapioca Pearls

  1. Put coffee, creamer, and bubble tea sugar syrup in a shaker and mix well.
  2. Add in ice, cover shaker and shake for a nice froth.
  3. Add bubble tea tapioca pearls to a cup, and pour your drink over.

 

How to make a Coconut Meat Drink:

Substitute the tapioca pearls for coconut meat on the bottom of the drink.