au.blackmilkmag.com
New recipes

Bittersweet Boba Cocktail

Bittersweet Boba Cocktail


We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.


This isn’t your average bubble tea drink

Put a twist on the popular Asian-inspired bubble tea drink with Campari-infused boba. This cocktail comes packed with a sparkle, using edible red glitter to rim the glass.

Recipe courtesy of Pam Wiznitzer, Seamstress.

Ingredients

For the Campari-Infused Boba:

  • Plain boba (available online or at specialty grocery stores)
  • Water
  • 1 cup Campari
  • 1/3 cup sugar

For the Bittersweet Boba:

  • 1/2 ounce Campari
  • 2 1/2 ounce Strong Brewed Black Tea
  • 1 ounce Milk
  • 1 ounce Vanilla Syrup
  • 1/2 ounce Grand Marnier
  • Campari-infused Boba
  • Edible glitter, red

A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


A Brief History of Boba

Maybe it&aposs the chewy, addictive texture of the tapioca balls, the creaminess of the milky tea, or the simple satisfaction of popping the straw into the sealed plastic top—people can&apost get enough of bubble tea (a.k.a. boba).

Bubble Tea is one of the few tea preparations that has become a full-blown sensation not only in its country of origin, Taiwan, but abroad as well. Today, the U.S. is dotted with bubble tea chains. But who on earth came up with the idea of putting tapioca balls in tea?


Watch the video: Colorful Boba Drink. That Little Puff May 14


Comments:

  1. Abdul-Quddus

    I wish you good luck to the sea and summer cottages by the sea! Don't talk nonsense! The day was not wasted in vain The man himself fucked up his happiness. You and I are the same ass buttocks. Toast about women: Not so good with you, as bad without you. Large aerosol inscription on the hospital: "Hey, gay, .. stray !!!"

  2. Helki

    Thanks for an explanation, I too consider, that the easier, the better...

  3. Chafulumisa

    Can fill the gap ...

  4. Fitche

    I fully share your opinion. I like this idea, I completely agree with you.

  5. Tintagel

    You have difficult choices



Write a message