Tea Zone Original Tapioca Pearls are the classic boba and have moderate chewiness and softness. The tapioca balls are translucent spheres made from starch which is extracted from the cassava root.
- Made from the cassava root, jelly-like chewy texture
- Great texture of soft and chewy
- Perfect add-on to milk tea
Unit Sold By: Case, (6 lbs / 6 bags per case)
Tapioca Pearls, aka Boba, Tapioca Balls, or Bubble Balls, are brown translucent balls produced from the cassava root. The tapioca pearls usually soak in sugar syrup to give them sweetness. The cooking time of this original boba is at least 1 hour.
Tea Zone Original Tapioca Pearls are perfect for bubble milk tea, flavoring tea, or smoothies. The texture is soft on the outside and chewy on the inside. Bubble tea is a milk tea or fruit flavoring tea with gluten-free tapioca pearls in it.
Tapioca scratch, Water, Modified Starch, Potato Starch, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum, Caramel Color, Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose, Maple Flavour.
Cooking Instruction: Black Tapioca Pearls (Boba)
- 16 oz. Tea Zone Original Tapioca Pearls (Boba)
- 5 qts water
- 1/4 cup Tea Zone Logan Honey
or 1/8 cup turbinado sugar
- 1/4 cup Dark Brown Sugar
or 1/2 cup Tea Zone Dark Brown Sugar Syrup
- 3 cups water
- 1. In a large saucepot, add 5 qt. of water and bring to a boil over high heat.
- 2. Place Tea Zone Original Tapioca Pearls (Boba) into the boiling water and stir to keep them separated and from clumping.
- 3. Cook on a rolling boil for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- 4. Then turn off the heat and let it sit for an additional 15 minutes while covered.
- 5. Meanwhile, mix Dark Brown Sugar with 3 cups hot water and Tea Zone Logan Honey to create the sugar mixture.
- 6. Carefully strain and rinse the boba in a large colander to remove excess starch before soaking in a sugar mixture.
- 7. Let the boba soak for 10 minutes prior to serving, and stir the cooked boba every hour.
- 8. Best used within 6 hours of preparing.
Best used within 6 hours of preparing.
Boba (Tapioca Pearls)
Case, (6 lbs / 6 bags per case)