Here in Shanghai Shanghai, we freshly made every cup of our bubble tea by hand. Bubble tea, also known as pearl milk tea, boba milk tea, or boba. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk. Ice-blended versions are usually mixed with fruit or syrup, resulting in a slushy consistency. Most bubble teas come with small chewy tapioca balls, commonly called "pearls"or "boba".There are many variants of the drinks, and many kinds of types are used and ingredients added. The most popular bubble drinks are bubble milk tea with tapioca and bubble milk green tea with tapioca.
We serve our Bubble teas in two distinct types: fruit-flavored teas and milk teas. It can be drink hot or cold.Our bubble tea consisted of a mixture of hot Taiwanese black tea, small tapioca pearls, condensed milk, and syrup or honey. Many variations were created, the most common of which is served cold rather than hot. The tea type is frequently replaced. First was bubble green tea, which uses jasmine-infused green tea instead of black tea. Big tapioca pearls were adapted and quickly replaced the small pearls.Peach or plum flavoring appeared, then more fruit flavors were added until, in some variations, the tea was removed entirely in favor of real fruit. These fruit versions sometimes contain colored pearls (and/or "jelly cubes" as in the related drink taho), the color chosen to match whatever fruit juice is used. Flavors may be added in the form of powder, fruit juice, pulp, or syrup to hot black or green tea, which is then shaken in a cocktail shaker or mixed with ice in a blender. Cooked tapioca pearls and other mix-ins (such as honey, syrup, and sugar) are added at the end.
Opening Hours : Sun-Thurs 12-10pm, Fri-Sat 12-11pm (Including Bank Holiday)
Shanghai Shanghai Chinese Restaurant Nottingham, 15 Goose Gate, Nottingham, NG1 1FE
TEL: 0115 958 4688 or 0115 958 4988