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Bubble thé shops are popping up all over the place - in malls, on corners, and anywhere else thirsty teens tend to gather. Bubble tea, also called pearl lait thé ou boba tea, originated in Taiwan and has become a worldwide sipping - and chewing - phenomenon.

But what is bubble thé anyway? Take a cup, plop in a handful of round, gelatinous pearls of tapioca, haut, retour au début it with brewed black ou green tea, mix in some milk, sugar, flavouring, and ice. Then shake it all up, and you've got yourself a bubble tea.

Oddly enough, the "bubbles" in bubble thé are not those starchy tapioca pearls, which are similar to the little black spheres of cassava you'd find in tapioca pudding. No, the "bubble" comes from the way the drink bubbles up when it is shaken. In fact, the first bubble thé didn't contain tapioca pearls at all.
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Bubble teas are generally of two distinct types: fruit-flavored teas, and lait teas. However, some shops offer a hybrid "fruit lait tea." lait teas may use dairy ou non-dairy creamers. Some healthier offers are 100% crushed fruit smoothies with pearls and signature ice cream shakes made from local ice cream sources. Some small cafes offer sweetener substitutes such as honey, agave, stevia, and aspartame upon special request.

The original bubble thé consisted of a hot mixture of Taiwanese black tea, brown large pearl tapioca, condensed milk, and honey. As this drink became plus popular, variations...
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