How I Made My First Bubble Milk Tea (and the Rest of the Book)

I have to confess, I have no idea what bubble milk is.

That is, unless I’m a professional bubble milk drinker.

I have never seen a bottle of the stuff on sale and I have not had a chance to try it, but I have tried several recipes and have come away with a healthy and creamy alternative to the mainstream milk that is usually associated with the term “bubbly.”

I also like to make it with my favorite herbal tea.

The results have been good so far, so I decided to make a batch for myself to see how it turned out.

In my experience, I can’t get enough of the delicious, comforting concoction of ginger and tea that is a perfect accompaniment to a hot, hot cup of tea.

It tastes just like a cup of cold tea.

This recipe is a good choice for a tea lover or a hot cup that is just right for a hot day.

It’s easy to make and very satisfying.

All you need are a cup and a sprig of ginger, some fresh mint, and some milk, which I found at the local health food store.

If you want to add a splash of lime, ginger, or some other flavor, you can.

The trick is to get the tea to steep for a while before adding it to the cup.

After about five minutes, the liquid will have softened enough to release the flavor of the tea.

Once it has settled, add the tea, stir, and enjoy.

Ingredients 1 cup fresh ginger, fresh and peeled (about 3 cups)