FAQ About Bubble Tea
An incredibly unique-looking beverage, Bubble tea is a Taiwanese recipe made by blending a tea base with milk, fruit, and fruit juices, then adding the signature “bubbles” - yummy tapioca pearls that sit at the bottom. Taiwan is the undisputed boba capital of the world: Here, the midday caffeine hit is a boba break, not a coffee run, and a shoulder-slung boba cupholder is a must-have accessory. It has recently become an indispensable beverage not only in Taiwan but all over Asia. Also, It is now a trendy beverage in North America, Europe, and the United Kingdom.
I really don't know, but I have some guesses that I want to share with you. The fact that ordinary loose tea never caught on in the public's awareness comes as a constant surprise to tea lovers. Somehow, there seems to be a barrier to putting dry leaves in hot water in places like the USA; this is so foreign. This is linked to why bubble tea does not suffer from this limitation; It is a flavored, processed, pre-made tea. I think the taste is just catchy. Sweetened black tea with milk added can be pleasant, but adding artificial flavors adds a lot of range to that and the potential for turning that sort of drink into a dozen different things.