The bergamot in Earl Grey tea has been known to have a calming effect on people, as well as to boost a person's mood. Pair it with our chewy instant tapioca pearls to make the perfect happy drink!
This Earl Grey Pearls Milk Tea kit comes with:
3 x Earl Grey Tea Leaves
3 x Non-dairy Creamer
3 x Natural Low GI Brown Sugar
3 x Instant Tapioca Pearls
How to Prepare:
❶: Steep the teabag in a glass with 150-200ml of hot water for 4-5 minutes. Alternative Method: This method greatly enhances the tea taste for people who seeks the rich flavor of the tea. Simply remove the tea leaves from the teabag by cutting it open and brew the loose tea leaves in a teapot or glass filled with 400-500ml of hot water for 5 minutes. ❷: Add in the creamer and brown sugar to your preferred taste and sugar level. Stir to mix well. ❸: Prepare the Instant Tapioca Pearls: Using a Microwave: Cut the pack open and heat up in a microwave for 40 seconds. Using Boiling Water: Submerge the pack in a pot of boiling water for at least 4 minutes. ❹: Fill a glass with tapioca pearls and some ice. Pour in the milk tea. Enjoy!
Contain 3 packs in a box. One pack makes one 500ml serving.
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
Purchase without the Reusable Cup will receive a one-use plastic boba straw.
Remarks: How long you steep your tea depends on how strong of a tea flavor you prefer. Steep it for longer if you prefer a stronger tea flavor. The amount of water and ice added could easily affect the overall flavor. We recommend starting with 100-150ml of water and only half a cup of ice to avoid diluted milk tea. Use fresh milk if you prefer a creamier milk tea.
Received parcel next day after order, very fast delivery.
Earl Grey Milk Tea Kit: The prior of DIY kit is you can customize your drink if you like to have a heavier taste of tea, as well as sweetness of your drinks. The aroma of this earl grey tea is good, doesn't like artificial product. However, the amount of creamer use is unlikely very healthy, it would be great if you can provide more information about the creamer. Thanks! :)