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The tea should be very strong. A Hong Kong-style tea or Ceylon Black tea is recommended. If using coffee, espresso is a good choice. 1/2 C. chilled, cooked bubble tea pearls 1 C. crushed ice 1 C. very strong chilled black tea 1 C. homogenized milk, or to taste Honey or sugar, to taste Place pearls in a large parfait glass. Combine all remaining ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake rigorously until mixture is frothy. Pour into glass and serve with large-diameter straws. Makes 1 (16 ounce) drink.

Classic Bubble Tea


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(posted May 1, 2001)

The
tea should be very strong. A Hong Kong-style tea or Ceylon Black tea is recommended. If using coffee, espresso is a good choice.

1/2 C. chilled,
cooked bubble tea pearls
1 C. crushed
ice
1 C. very
strong chilled black
tea
1 C. homogenized
milk, or to taste
Honey or sugar, to taste

Place pearls in a large
parfait glass. Combine all remaining ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake rigorously until mixture is frothy. Pour into glass and serve with large-diameter straws.

Makes 1 (16 ounce) drink.


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from Vancouver, Canada wrote:1  0

50% coarse black tea leaves, 40% fine black tea leaves, 10% lipton's black tea loose leaves

Good luck!
4 starsNovember 3, 2006


from Toronto, Canada wrote:4  2

Great Recipe! No need to consult tea expert to make a good chilled tea for all ages. However, it will be even better if we know the recipe of the Hong Kong Style Tea. I heard that we can use regular English tea to mix to one other tea but what extactly the ingredients? Can you tell us?
5 starsNovember 30, 2003


from College of Law, Guildford, United States wrote:4  2

Clear, concise and user friendly for all beginners. Forward more Chinese tea recipes!!
5 starsMarch 7, 2003


from Toronto, Ontario, Canada wrote:4  2

simply written, to the point, complete, user friendly.
5 starsJune 11, 2001


 
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