Think you’ve seen the beautiful royal purple bubble tea drink before? You might have! It’s one of the most popular bubble tea or boba drinks to date! It’s almost a classic if you ask us… The taro milk tea with or without bubbles is rich, creamy and full of sweet flavors.
The flavor can be characterized as elegant and possibly florally with notes of that are similar to vanilla. So if you like vanilla lattes, vanilla ice cream or vanilla anything, this might be the boba beverage for you to try. It just has a slight floral difference to it from the taro root itself.
Taro milk tea can be made multiple ways, majority of boba shops make this bubble tea flavor with taro powder that is already made. If you’re adventurous and what to take a stab at using raw taro, preparing it, cooking it and grinding it up into a fine powder for taro milk tea, you can also do this. We actually have a full guide for you if you’re interested in cooking taro at home.
Nonetheless let’s get started on making taro milk tea at home, continue reading to get the ingredients list and full step by step instructions on what to do to make a delicious taro milk tea at home.
Ingredients you'll need
Taro Milk Tea
How to Make Taro Milk Tea
Gather all your ingredients and let’s start with the brewing of the tea. Bring your pot of water to a boil and once it’s at a rumbling boil, lower the heat to medium-high heat. Add your green tea leaves or tea bags of choice into the pot of water. Continue to boil the pot of water and tea leaves for another 3-5 minutes.
Once you’ve accomplished the right taste and depth of flavor in your tea, strain it and pour the tea into your preferred cup.
While your tea is still hot, begin to add the rest of the ingredients in your cup. Starting with the taro powder, add 2 tablespoons of taro powder into your cup and stir well until every bit is dissolved nicely.
Has everything dissolved and mixed thoroughly? Great! Let’s move to the next step in making taro milk tea at home. Begin to add your sweetener of choice, we typically use 1-2 tablespoons of honey. Shortly after you may add your creamer of choice as well.
Generally, we’ll add about 1/2 cup of our favorite almond milk into the mixture, then give your almost ready taro milk tea a good stir again.
The last final step in making your taro milk tea at home is to give it some chill vibes. Add your handful of ice cubes (may differ based on how much ice your prefer) into the taro milk tea and give it one last stir and enjoy! Experience the creamy and rich consistency that taro milk tea has to offer. Give us a shout if you enjoyed this and remember, talk about boba, duh!