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Homemade: Thai Bubble Tea

I always love reading Le Zoe Musings’ blog.   Her writing style is unique and informal, like talking to an old friend, and her photos are amazing, to say the least!   If I remember correctly (and please Kellie, correct me if I’m wrong), she has not had formal photography training.   Looking at what she does, I think she’s fibbing 🙂

Like me, Kellie is a huge tea fan, posting pictures of her chai matcha green tea that she makes, as well as her latest, Homemade: Thai Bubble Tea.   Take a look, learn how to make it yourself and indulge.

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Green Tea Bobas { Homemade }

I love Le Zoe Musings’ posts and photos but this one, I think I adore!

Boba tea (popularly known as bubble tea is delightfully tasty, gives you a bit of a pleasant surprise when you slurp up a tapioca ball (found at your local Asian food market) and is chock full of health benefits if you make it using matcha like Le Zoe Musings recommends.

Matcha green tea uses the entire tea leaf.   It is ground into a fine powder and is used for Japanese tea ceremonies.   It is also believed to have that many more health benefits since you do use the whole leaf.

Read more about Le Zoe Musings’ great blog here:

Green Tea Bobas { Homemade }

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