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Shafin shayi
milk tea (en) Fassara
Kayan haɗi tapioca (en) Fassara
madara
Coconut jelly (en) Fassara
non-dairy creamer (en) Fassara
sukari
shayi
popping boba (en) Fassara
Kayan haɗi tapioca (en) Fassara
Tarihi
Asali Taiwan

Bubble tea (also known as pearl milk tea, bubble milk tea, tapioca milk tea, boba tea, or boba; , ) is a tea-based drink that originated in Taiwan in the early 1980s. Taiwanese immigrants brought it to the United States in the 1990s, initially in California through regions including Los Angeles County, but the drink has also spread to other countries where there is a large East Asian diaspora population

Shafin shayi galibi ya kunshi shayi tare da Kwallon tapioca ("boba" ko "perls"), amma ana iya yin shi tare da wasu abubuwan rufewa, kamar su jelly na ciyawa, aloe vera, ja bean, da popping boba. Yana da nau'o'i da dandano da yawa, amma nau'o-nau'i biyu da suka fi shahara sune shayi na madara mai baƙar fata da shayi mai laushi ("lu'u-lu'u" don ƙwallon tapioca a kasa).

Bayyanawa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Tattalin takarda don shayi mai kumfa idan aka kwatanta da itacen filastik na yau da kullun

shayi mai kumfa ya fada cikin nau'o'i biyu: shayi ba tare da madara ba da shayi na madara. Dukkanin nau'ikan sun zo tare da baki na baƙar fata, kore, ko shayi na Oolong a matsayin tushe.[1] shayi na madara yawanci sun haɗa da madara ce madara, amma kuma suna iya amfani da madara mai laushi, madarar almond, madarar foda, ko madarar kwakwa.[2]

The oldest known bubble tea drink consisted of a mixture of hot Taiwanese black tea, tapioca pearls (), condensed milk, and syrup (Chinese: 糖漿; pinyin: táng jiāng) or honey.[3] Nowadays, bubble tea is most commonly served cold.[3] The tapioca pearls that give bubble tea its name were originally made from the starch of the cassava, a tropical shrub known for its starchy roots which was introduced to Taiwan from South America during Japanese colonial rule.[4] Larger pearls (Chinese: 波霸/黑珍珠; pinyin: bō bà/hēi zhēn zhū) quickly replaced these.[5]

A yau, akwai wasu gidajen cin abinci da ke ƙwarewa a cikin samar da shayi. Duk da yake wasu gidajen cin abinci na iya ba da shayi a cikin gilashi, yawancin shagunan shayi na Taiwan suna ba da abin sha a cikin kofin filastik kuma suna amfani da na'ura don rufe saman kofin tare da cellophane na filastik mai zafi.[6] Hanyar tana ba da damar girgiza shayi a cikin kofin ba da kyauta kuma ya sa ya zubar har sai mutum ya shirya ya sha shi.[7] Daga nan sai a soke cellophane tare da babban kara, wanda yanzu ake kira boba straw, wanda ya fi girma fiye da ruwan sha na yau da kullun don ba da damar abubuwan da aka rufe su su wuce.

Saboda shahararsa, shayi mai kumfa ya yi wahayi zuwa ga nau'ikan shayi mai ɗanɗano iri-iri, kamar su ice cream mai kumfa da sukari mai kumfa. An kiyasta girman kasuwar shayi a dala biliyan 2.4 a shekarar 2022 kuma ana sa ran zai kai dala biliyan 4.3 a ƙarshen shekara ta 2027.[8][9] Wasu daga cikin manyan sarkar shayi na duniya sun hada da Chatime, CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice da Gong Cha.

Bambance-bambance[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Abin sha[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Shafin shayi ya zo a cikin bambance-bambance da yawa waɗanda yawanci sun haɗa da shayi baƙar fata, shayi mai kore, shayi mai laushi, kuma wani lokacin farin shayi.[10] Wani bambancin, yuenyeung, (Sinanci, mai suna bayan Duck na Mandarin) ya samo asali ne a Hong Kong kuma ya ƙunshi shayi, kofi, da madara.[1]

Sauran nau'ikan abin sha sun haɗa da abin sha na shayi. Wadannan bambance-bambance galibi ana haɗa su ta amfani da ice cream, ko kuma smoothies ne waɗanda ke dauke da shayi da 'ya'yan itace.[7] An kuma samar da sandunan ice cream na Boba.

Akwai sanannun dandano na shayi, kamar taro, [11] mango, [12] kofi, da kwakwa. [13] Abubuwan da ke da ɗanɗano kamar syrup ko foda suna ƙayyade ɗanɗano kuma yawanci launi na shayi, yayin da wasu sinadaran kamar shayi, madara da boba sune tushen.[14]

Toppings[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Tapioca (boba)

Lu'ulu'u na Tapioca (boba) sune sinadaran da aka fi sani, kodayake akwai wasu hanyoyin da za a yi amfani da su don yin ƙwayoyin da aka samu a cikin shayi.[1] Lu'ulu'u sun bambanta da launi bisa ga sinadaran da aka gauraya da tapioca. Yawancin lu'ulu'u baƙi ne daga launin ruwan kasa.[10][15]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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