Black Tapioca Pearls
Love ❤️ itCasilda, Allentown, PA
Would not buy again. Not bubbles for bubbe tea. As t least not what i know as bubble tea. Misunderstood. It hsppens.teri, Albany, NY
When I put tapioca balls into boiling water and stirred as the directions said, they melted into a pan of goo. I'll try again with more water and less tapioca. Maybe that might change the outcome.Karen, Carson City, NV
These by far are the best Tapioca Pearls on the market!!! I bring 4 to 6 cups of water to a boil then add a 1/2 to a cup of pearls. Place the heat on low with a lid for 30 minutes. I then let them set in the pot with the lid on and burner off for another 30 minutes. I rinse the pearls with clean, warm water 3 times then add them to a pyrex container with enough water to cover the pearls. I stir in 3 tablespoons of cane sugar and let them sit a couple of hours. The sugar mixed with the warm water makes a nice syrup for the pearls. It's just enough sugar to preserve the pearls and keep them soft and chewy for a few days. No refrigeration needed. I just keep them sealed on the kitchen counter. This is my tried and true recipe and it's even better than the boba tea shops! And I have to add that Nuts.com has outstanding customer service. I placed a previous order and received crushed pearls. I didn't even ask for a replacement and they send me one. Absolutely awesome.Teka, Orlando, FL
Tapioca Starch, Water, Caramel Flavoring Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
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Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of origin: Taiwan