RECIPES

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Tea Concentrates 

 

These ratios are for a 100% sweet drink.

For more sweet, use more concentrate. For less sweet, use more milk/water!

Enjoy before best by date & keep refrigerated.  

Black Tea 

  • Classic Milk Tea - 1 of concentrate to 3 of milk (1:3 ratio).

  • Iced (Sparkling) Tea - 1 of concentrate to 5 of (sparkling) water (1:5 ratio) for a refreshing pick-me-up. 

For an aesthetically pleasing look, pour our concentrate last!
Or, add a shot of Bailey’s for a boozy Milk Tea ;)

 

Oolong Tea

  • Classic Milk Tea - 1 concentrate to 1 milk (1:1 ratio). 

  • Sparkling Tea - 1 concentrate to 2 sparkling water (1:2 ratio) for a refreshing pick-me-up. 

Pro tip: add a shot of the concentrate to your favorite cocktail ;)

 

Green Tea

  • Classic Milk Tea -  1 concentrate to 3 milk (1:3 ratio). 

  • Sparkling Tea - 1 concentrate to 3 sparkling water  (1:3 ratio).

​Pro tip: add a shot to your Pomopelmo San Pellegrino ;) 

Jasmine Tea

  • Classic Milk Tea - 1 concentrate to 2 milk (1:2 ratio). 

  • Sparkling Tea - 1 concentrate to 3  sparkling water (1:3 ratio) for a refreshing pick-me-up.

Pro tip: add a shot of this concentrate to your evening cocktails  ;)

Hojicha Tea 

 

Materials needed: small saucepan, m(y)lk (optional), sugar

Keep out of the sun in a cool, dry place. 

Hojicha Latte

  1. Pour our pre-measured bag of hojicha tea and 12 ounce m(y)lk into a small saucepan 

  2. Cook on low heat for 5-7 minutes 

  3. When the m(y) is about to boil, turn off the fire and let sit for 30 seconds 

  4. Strain out the tea leaves and pour latte into your favorite mug. 

  5. Add sugar to your preference and VOILA! 

Hojicha Tea

  1. 1 teaspoon of tea leaves 

  2. 1 cup of water, 195F

  3. Steep for about 30 ~ 60 seconds 

  4. strain out an enjoy! 

Boba Cooking Instructions

 

Consume within 4 hours of cooking & DO NOT REFRIGERATE. 

In raw form, keep out of direct sunlight and store in a cool, dry place. 

Materials needed: small pot, hot water, and a stove-top.

  1. Boil 2 quarts of water in a small, clean pot. 

  2. Once the water is ready, pour in raw boba.

  3. Simmer on low heat for 20 min, lid cracked.

  4. Stir occasionally to prevent it from sticking to the pot and thorough cooking of all the balls. 

  5.  Turn off the fire. Set timer for 20 min, close the lid and let sit. 

  6. Strain out water & pour into cup. 

  7. Mix brown sugar packet with boba until it's melted. 

  8. Fin! Top with your favorite drink!

Pro tip: For softer/chewier boba - add 5 minutes to each timer.

Brown Sugar Milk 

 

These ratios are for a 100% sweet drink.

Enjoy before best by date & keep refrigerated.

  • 1 brown sugar to 8 milk (1:8 ratio) 

For more sweet, use more brown sugar. For less sweet, use more milk​

Pro tip: use a dash of brown sugar as a sweetener for your other drinks! ​

Precautions

  • YOU MIGHT GET ADDICTED.

  • If you haven't opened your bottle and it looks expanded/bloated before its best before date, DO NOT DRINK. It has become kombucha! Under perfect conditions, it’s just one of those things. Let us know and we’ll bring you a new one for free! 

  • If you see “floaters,” don’t fret! We make our drinks from real ingredients so there’s only tea, organic sugar, and water. 

  • Natural sediment may occur. 

Matcha

 

Keep refrigerated. 

Materials needed: round bowl, whisk, measuring cup, hot water, m(y)lk (optional)

Matcha Latte 

  1. Sift 2 teaspoons of matcha into a matcha bowl 

  2. Add 2 ounces of 180F water 

  3. Whisk for 15-20 seconds in an N motion 

  4. Prep a cup with ice and 6 ounces of milk 

  5. Pour matcha over milk for that aesthetic look 

  6. Enjoy! 

Pure Matcha Tea

  1. Sift 1 teaspoon of matcha into a matcha bowl 

  2. Add 4 ounces of 180F water 

  3. Whisk for 15-20 seconds in an N motion

  4. Enjoy straight from the bowl!

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