‘Sabudana’ of India going around the globe – Tapioca Pearls TEA

The world has received a lot of gifts from INDIA which includes a Zero (0), Ayurvedva, Yoga , Spices, the well known MASALA TEA (Spiced tea) and many more.
I just discovered one more thing that has become a rage in many countries – BUBBLE TEA. Its TEA, a dessert, a drink and lots of fun. The bubbles are actually Tapioca Pearls which are well known as ‘Sabudana‘ in India.


It plays around in your mouth 🙂

The Bubble Tea is hitting many tea houses and coffee shops where people are loving the feel of this bizzare drink.The bubbles by themselves have very little flavor; their main purpose is to provide texture.
It will give you a tough time in selection between its wild variety of different colors and flavors along with traditional flavors of Green tea and Black tea. A palate full of peach, almond, mango, passion-fruit and many more flavors is made available to tickle your taste buds. It said to be an acquired taste for many as some people like the feeling of squishy tapioca balls in their mouth while some people cant get past the idea if drinking squishy tapioca balls.

Big, black, balls of chewy tapioca are what make bubble tea such an interesting experience. These pearls are about the size of small marbles and they sink to the bottom of your cup. This tea is usually served with a gigantic straw just the right size for slurping up these gummy treats. If you are a TEA LOVER and want to try this at home, it can be a bit tricky as the starchy tapioca pearls can be hard to work with. If you boil them too long, they dissolve. Not long enough, and they are hard in the middle. But this combination of food and beverage is definitely a must try.

You can now find places serving bubble tea in most major cities, such as Los Angeles, Seattle, Vancouver, New York and Toronto.

If your idea of a strong drink is a single-malt Scotch or a dark lager, try the drink that really has balls: bubble tea.

Cheers !!!
Try making your own BUBBLE TEA by clicking here.


About Jivraj Tea Limited, India

Exotic Indian Teas from the House of Jivraj Tea Ltd. Jivraj Tea Ltd. has been ahead of its times with its finest tea ingredients coupled with more than 8 decades of experience. At JIVRAJ Group, we know how to make a proper brew. Our tea comes from the finest of Gardens and estates of Assam. Our Tea connoisseurs taste hundreds of teas everyday to select the quality of tea that’s perfect for our Blend and your Tea Cup. We bring you wide range of teas to buy online, ranging from the Premium Assam Tea (J9 Premium Tea & J9 Premium Green Tea) segment to the economic tea segment (Anokhi Tea), there is something special for every Tea Lover. We strive to give every blend its own special Aroma, Flavor and Character. You have struck the treasure of Jivraj where you’ll find different teas like Leaf Tea, Dust Tea, Fanning Tea, Teabags, Orthodox Tea, Green Tea etc. to suite your taste buds. So unwind yourself, take a journey across the exotic Indian Tea World, Buy Tea Online in just 3 easy steps & try something different from Jivraj today! It’s how the World Gets Up and Gets Going! JIVRAJ TEA LTD. Sangharsh Ka Saathi !
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4 Responses to ‘Sabudana’ of India going around the globe – Tapioca Pearls TEA

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  3. Kapil says:

    I wish India could produce those big black sabudanas too….the small white ones would not be so tempting to use in bubble teas. Anyways If you want to have the balls….why not have the big ones?!!!!!

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