Wednesday, 29 April 2020

Are you suffering from bubble tea deprivation during lockdown?

I have never understood the appeal of bubble tea, but a lot of aficionados are apparently suffering from deprivation syndrome during the Covid-19 lockdown. 

To the rescue comes bubble tea pioneer Tealive, which has launched a My Bubble Tea Kit allowing customers to make their drinks at home. 


Bubble tea fans craving their favourite flavours can now fill the pearl-sized void in their bellies at any time of their choosing. 

Tealive’s DIY kits are designed to give customers everything they need to make their milky tea drink in their own kitchens. Each kit comes packed with an assortment of ingredients and is enough to make 25-30 servings. 

The kits were first launched via an online store in Malaysia, prompting the decision to bring the kits to Australia.

“We were immediately overwhelmed by the tremendous response of the DIY kits in Malaysia and as we know Australians are enthusiastic bubble tea drinkers, we wanted to launch the kits here to give more people the chance to make and enjoy their favourite drink at home,” said Bryan Loo, founder of Tealive.

Each My Bubble Tea Kit includes: 1kg Tealive pearls, 500g brown sugar, 100g imported Nishio matcha, 250g premium Tealive cocoa powder, two Tealive Dimula Ceylon Blend (black tea) bags and 25 straws

The My Bubble Tea Kit from Tealive can be easily prepared into a range of bubble tea drinks at home, including Bang Bang Brown Sugar Fresh Milk, Bang Bang Brown Sugar Black Tea, Bang Bang Brown Sugar Nishio Matcha Latte, Pearl Honey Tea Latte, Bang Bang Brown Sugar Coffee and Bang Bang Brown Sugar Avocado Fresh Milk.

Teavlive have also included an additional seven recipes for those who wish to get their creative juices flowing with their My Bubble Tea Kit using additional fresh ingredients at home. 

These include, Strawberry Almond Matcha Latte, Strawberry Chocolate Soy Milk, Pearl Strawberry Tea Latte, Pearl Almond Chocolate, Honey Soy Latte, Choc Shaka Lava and Strawberry Choc Saka Lava.

Shane Francis, CEO of Tealive Australia said: “Whether enjoying all 25 cups yourself or sharing with loved ones, we’re excited for our Australian customers to have fun making their own bubble teas at home and to build a new appreciation for the steps that go into their beloved flavour-filled drink.”

Each kit costs $74.95 including delivery and can be purchased online here: http://mybubbleteakit.com.au/

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