How To Make Fruit Bubble Tea?

Bubble tea, also known as boba tea, has taken the world by storm with its unique combination of flavors, chewy tapioca pearls, and fun, colorful appearance. While the classic milk tea version is incredibly popular, fruit bubble tea offers a fruity twist that's perfect for hot summer days. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps to make your own Fruit Bubble Tea at home, allowing you to customize your flavors and enjoy this delightful beverage anytime you like.


To make Fruit Bubble Tea, you'll need the following ingredients:

For the Tea Base:

1-2 bags of your favorite fruit tea (e.g., green tea, black tea, or hibiscus tea)

1 cup of hot water

2-3 tablespoons of sugar (adjust to taste)

For the Fruit Flavor:

1/2 to 1 cup of fresh or frozen fruit (e.g., strawberries, mangoes, peaches, or passion fruit)

2-3 tablespoons of fruit syrup or honey (adjust to taste)

For the Tapioca Pearls:

1/2 cup of dried black tapioca pearls

Water for boiling

Brown sugar or honey (for sweetening the cooked pearls)

For Assembling:

Ice cubes

Milk or non-dairy milk of your choice (optional)


A cocktail shaker or a mason jar with a lid

Wide straws


1. Prepare the Tapioca Pearls:

a. Boil water in a saucepan and add the dried tapioca pearls. Cook them according to the package instructions (usually 20-30 minutes).

b. Drain the cooked pearls and rinse them under cold water.

c. Sweeten the pearls by tossing them in brown sugar or honey. This step is optional but adds extra flavor.

2. Brew the Fruit Tea:

a. Steep the fruit tea bags in hot water for about 5-7 minutes.

b. Remove the tea bags and add sugar to the tea, stirring until it dissolves. Let the tea cool to room temperature.

3. Prepare the Fruit Flavor:

a. Blend your chosen fruit with fruit syrup or honey until you have a smooth fruit puree.

4. Assemble the Fruit Bubble Tea:

a. In a cocktail shaker or mason jar, combine the fruit tea, fruit puree, and a handful of ice cubes.

b. Secure the lid tightly and shake vigorously until well mixed.

5. Serve:

a. Place a few tapioca pearls at the bottom of a glass.

b. Pour the shaken fruit tea mixture over the pearls.

c. Add more ice cubes if desired.

d. If you like, top off your fruit bubble tea with a splash of milk or non-dairy milk.

e. Insert a wide straw and give it a gentle stir before enjoying your homemade Fruit Bubble Tea!

Making Fruit Bubble Tea at home is a fun and rewarding experience that allows you to experiment with different fruit flavors and sweetness levels. Whether you're sipping it on a sunny afternoon or sharing it with friends, your homemade fruit bubble tea is sure to be a hit. So, gather your ingredients and get creative with this delightful beverage!

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