Friday, August 31, 2012

Recipe 21: Bubble Teas

So this one came across or came off or hit me as very yummy, scrumptious & appetizin.... lets get on with it..... love or fancy this drink a lot.... form my POV at least.... So, ya could make milkshakes outta it or not.... whether ya wish or not..... its Taiwanese, by the way... XDDD

Lots of flavors can or could be found in them or I could enumerate off or tick them off some : pineapples, roses, orange/apple blossoms, lavenders, applesauce, milk, butter-milk, yoghurt, ice creams, chocolates, wafers, cheesecakes, caramel & vodka & vanilla flavorin so on..., cocktailish, cherries, lytchees, strawberries & fieldberries, lots of other fruity flavors: watermelon & etc & wildberries & etc... & honeydew, coffee, cakes, puddings, tortes or pies & or cook them with flowers like put in or throw in some roses, poppies & etc.... lets get off this recipe.... meltin in ya mouth or not.... its like or such as candies really.... all those yummy flavors.... or Taro, Mochis, or green/red tea or beans in it....

1. Get some Topioca powder-flavored (puddin, honeydew, rose, chamomile, à la crème brulée, or not...)  from a can or not.....

2. Get some teas, some milk, some "Bubbles" (made of Topioca or flour once again), green, red or black or flavored or not, ya choice again....

3. Mix up the powder with the teas in it..... shake it a tiny wee bit (nothin too high, actually press or keep it down to the low's button or key..) in a shaker, till no moar lumps or till smooth or slick in it anymoar..... give it a whip or a whisk.... XDDD

4. Decorate or adorn it or embellish it with some umbrellas, or some other accessories or some flowers... XDDD

5. Add in or throw in or add on it some spices to give it a spice: some cinnamon again, if or just in case ya so or thus wish, if not, some thymes, some laurel leaves, some mint ones or not... add in or include in some liquor if ya wish or just in case ya want like orangy-ones, or lychee ones or exotic fruity ones...

6. Make some frappées, or lattés or shakes or smoothies outta them too, if ya so or thus want or wish...

So get it outta from thar if or just in case when its ready... & serve it with desserts or not... to ya fancy.... XDDD To be drank or drunk cold or chilled or hawt to ya fancy again or once again.... XDDD to be savored or fancied with some other Dim suns or etc... could get it with or sans bubbles... you choice again.... but I'd like them with the Bubbles... XDDD

They might come off as or hit off as really colorful ones like or for instance: purple, pink, red, brownish, green & etc, so on, so forth.... have a go at it, as a frappé or latté. As ya or to ya  fancy again.. So yeah, which have ya sampled or hath it crossed ya mind or spurred ya mind to try or to give them ago? Which flavors were amongst ya favs? XDD With or sans them, Bubbles? Where have ya gotten them? I did so at my local Chinatown... Where ya get them? When ya get the chance to, would ya get them & which ones? XDD My fav amongst them is lychees or rambutans, very exotic indeed.... but still perfect.

Taro's  Bubble Tea... in a cup for to go... 

Honeydew's Bubble Tea with Topioca' Bubbles





18 comments:

zoldos said...

Bubble Tea? I've never heard of that. Interesting!

Naiwen said...

ya could make use of it.... anywaysm hope it shed some light into ya eyes...

Naiwen said...

Kabolarative, yeah.... surprised ya never got wind of it or catch wind of it afore eh? Its quite popular in Taiwan actually?

Kalaborative said...

Wait a minute.. where did my comment go??!!? x______X
Yea, indeed. Surprised it's popular in taiwan, in china too i take it?

Naiwen said...

Yeah weird, sometimes they show up, sometimes they dont, which is odd...

Demonskeith said...

These sound good, but what is the difference of bubble tea and regular tea?

Naiwen said...

with Bubbles & milk... XDDD

wyldeflower said...

No i dont fancy those i like my drinks plain but i am sure young people would enjoy them.

Daisy said...

I've never heard of Bubble tea before, it sounds scrumptious.
The Rose especially.

Kaynil Roczuz said...

Oh God I was introduced to this through taro bubble tea. So delicious.

Thank you very much for the recipe. I am happy now I know that it has Taiwanese origins. Nice.

idrivethetaxi said...

looks very interesting to me....

HyperActive said...

Never heard of this before, looks very interesting!

Naiwen said...

Really? These are quite popular in fact, in Taiwan & all over the World... XDDD

hissae2 said...

Sounds pretty good. I can't say I've ever heard of this before. :O Not a huge fan of tea but it sounds interesting.

Daniel said...

never heard of bubble tea before very interesting :)

Naiwen said...

its surprisin though, because its really in the pop culture of Taiwain?

Wayne Miller said...

This is a very interesting concept for a drink. I like that it's o different and yet somhow seems like I've had it before. A perfect way to make a hot day bearable.


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ramtastic05 said...

Bubble tea sounds very interesting.
I might have to give this a try this week.