15 Boba/Bubble Tea Ideas You Have To Try!

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Bubble tea is a unique beverage made of black or oolong tea, milk or fruit flavors, sweetener, and a chewy texture called Boba and also known as Tapioca pearls, used in Taiwanese cuisine. It’s similar to a milkshake which you can make it taste as you want. Since the drink can be made with (or without) a variety of ingredients, the possibilities are infinite.


To begin, let’s look at the different types of bubble tea flavors you may fall in love with.

Classic Black Milk Bubble Tea

Classic Black Milk Bubble Tea
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It’s typically made with sweetened tea and milk, as well as the chewy tapioca balls known as boba. Teas with a strong taste, such as black or jasmine, are the easiest to use with black milk tea. Moreover, the tea can be steeped and stored in the refrigerator for up to two days.

Main Ingredients- Black Tea, Tapioca Pearls, Milk of your choice, and Sweetener Of your choice

Mango Bubble Tea 

Mango Bubble Tea
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Since the main ingredient is a mango, it’s also known as fruit bubble tea (mango). The most vital mixture is the flavor of mango and the moist taste of boba pearls, which is mainly produced without actual tea and instead with chilled fruit puree. This is what most people prefer in the summer.

Main Ingredients- Mango Puree/Tea, Tapioca Pearls, Milk of your choice, and Sweetener of your choice.

Taro Milk Bubble Tea 

Taro Milk Bubble Tea
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It is Asia’s most popular bubble tea. Taro is a sweet, starchy root with a purple color and an earthy, sweet, vanilla-like taste, similar to a potato. Taro milk tea can be made with taro powder, puree, or chunks of taro. Many say that it tastes very much like cookies and cream.

Main Ingredients- Purple Sweet Potato, Condensed Milk as a sweetener, Tapioca Pearls, and Milk of your choice

Matcha Bubble Tea 

Matcha Bubble Tea
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Milk teas and lattes are sometimes made with matcha green tea powder. Vegetal notes, a fun though not astringent bitterness, nuttiness, and a smooth sweetness are all noticeable. Grassy and sweet, but no trace of mud. It’s available without calories, with almond milk, and with chia seeds on top for added health benefits.

Main Ingredients- Matcha Powder, Tapioca Pearls, Milk of your choice, and Sweetener of your choice

Brown Sugar Milk Bubble Tea

Brown Sugar Milk Bubble Tea
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Brown sugar milk tea has been in trend in recent years. Brown sugar, caramel, raw cold milk, and tapioca pearls combine in this drink. Because of the tiger stripe formation on the cup caused by the brown sugar syrup drips, it’s also known as Tiger sugar milk tea. It remains one of the most sought-after specialty drinks today.

Main Ingredients- Milk of your choice, Dark Brown Sugar and Brown Sugar, Boba Pearls

Strawberry Bubble Tea 

Strawberry Bubble Tea
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Uniquely, the strawberry milk’s bright pink contrasts well with the tea’s bitter tones, resulting in a soft and smooth blend. With a big straw for the tapioca pearls, serve frozen over ice. Moreover, strawberry powder and some form of milk, such as powdered milk, oat milk, or soy milk, can also be combined to make this drink.

Main Ingredients- Black Tea Bag, Strawberry Milk, Sugar, and Tapioca Pearls.

Jasmine Bubble Tea 

Jasmine Bubble Tea
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Unlike simple green bubble tea drinks, jasmine tea has a new and delicate floral flavor that is mildly sweet. Some people, though, dislike pure jasmine boba tea and would sweeten it with sugar or milk to make it more appealing. These leaves are usually filled with a green tea base made from real green tea leaves.

Main Ingredients– Jasmine Green Tea Bags, Hot Water, Tapioca Pearls, and Milk of your choice

Butterfly Pea Bubble Tea 

Butterfly Pea Bubble Tea
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The blue butterfly pea flower tea has a woody, earthy smell comparable to fine green teas and a mildly sweet fragrance, with boba that is sweet and chewy. Lemon, chamomile, sugar, and lemongrass can all be added to the blue tea.

Main Ingredients- Lose Pea Tea Leaves, Boba Pearls, Condensed Milk, and Ice

Lavender Milk Bubble Tea 

Lavender Milk Bubble Tea
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It has a rich, floral milk flavor. The lavender scent is faint, but the tapioca pearls make it very fragrant. It changes the flavor and gives it a chewy feel. In the heat, it can be served with crushed ice.

Main Ingredients- Dried Lavender, Water, Honey, and Coconut Milk.

Avocado Milk Bubble Tea 

Avocado Milk Bubble Tea
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Avocado bubble tea is a thick, creamy, and delectable beverage that is ideal for breakfast or a midday snack. Moreover, this is a slim version of the classic tea with a new twist. This is a filling and tasty beverage that keeps you full for a few hours.

Main Ingredients- Soft and ripen Avocado, Honey, Tapioca Pearls, and Milk.

Honeydew Milk Bubble Tea 

Honeydew Milk Bubble Tea
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Bubble tea is a tasty and soothing beverage because of the mild sweetness of fresh honeydew and its distinct melon taste. For those who like mildly sweet milk tea, honeydew milk tea is a common option. It’s also a great way to get your nutrients while also drinking boba! While certain locations add a ton of sugar, it’s a brilliant idea to request it without it.

Main Ingredients- Honeydew Powder, Water, Ice, and Tapioca Pearls.

Passion Fruit Bubble Tea 

Passion Fruit Bubble Tea
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The passion fruit concentrate used gives the drink a slightly watery feel, but it tastes just like typical bubble tea: smooth and creamy. While who knows what chemicals make up the passion fruit flavors in that stuff, anything like a passion fruit syrup will probably yield a visually smoother consistency.

Main Ingredients – Passion Fruit Concentrate, Almond Milk, Tapioca Pearls, and Sugar.

Lychee Milk Bubble Tea

Lychee Milk Bubble Tea
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One of the most sought-after tropical fruits is lychee. The taste is sweet and tart in equal measure. The tapioca balls themselves have gradually expanded from their original sugary flavor to include a wide range of flavors. This bubble tea flavor is going to transport your taste buds to a tropical island. This flavor is fruity and bright, and it will definitely wake up your taste buds.

Main Ingredients- Lychee Syrup, Ice, Green Tea Bag, and Milk.

Thai Milk Bubble Tea 

Thai Milk Bubble Tea
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Thai tea, with its smooth, sweet flavor, is spreading quickly. It’s basically a blend of Thai tea and bubble tea, which is one of the most common iced tea bases in the world. In any case, this flavor transports you to the streets of Thailand. Thai bubble tea is the only thing better than Thai tea!

Main Ingredients- Thai Tea Mix, Sugar, Tapioca Pearls, and Water

Chocolate Milk Bubble Tea

Chocolate Milk Bubble Tea
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If you agree that chocolate is simply irresistible then you’ve met your match if you’re missing a liquid brownie. Although it’s not the same as hot chocolate, it still has the rich, milky flavor you’re looking for. If you can locate a shop that sells cream cheese foam, your tea would have the taste of chocolate cheesecake.

Main Ingredients – Any Chocolate of your choice, Milk, and Tapioca Pearls.

The unique aspect that boba offers is the smooth flavor of the tea combined with the chewy tapioca balls. Drinks like iced coffee or juice provide a consistent texture, but with boba, the pearls have a welcome diversion from the boredom. There just isn’t anything else like it!

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