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10 Fruit Bubble Tea Recipes Perfect for Autumn

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Autumn is a beautiful and comfortable season, with trees laden with fruit, creating a bountiful harvest. The weather is mild, not too hot nor too cold, allowing people to immerse themselves in the enchanting autumn colors. However, the autumn climate can be cool, with significant temperature differences between morning and evening, and dry winds and little rain. These conditions often lead to dry throats and skin, a condition known as “autumn dryness.” To counter this, it is essential to focus on hydrating and moisturizing in our diet. Fruit bubble tea is an excellent choice for the autumn season, providing a refreshing and nutritious option to combat autumn dryness. Here are ten fruit bubble tea recipes to enjoy during this season.

Lemon Mint Tea:

Lemon is a common fruit, but its unique flavor is best enjoyed in the form of juice. The tangy taste of lemon pairs wonderfully with the refreshing aroma of mint, creating a sweet and sour yet refreshing fruit bubble tea.

Recipe: Rub the surface of the lemon with salt to reduce its bitterness. Rinse it thoroughly and cut it into slices. Wash the mint leaves, then add the lemon slices, a few passion fruits, and rock sugar to a tea pot with water. Boil for 15 minutes, then add the mint leaves and simmer for another 3 minutes.

Red Date, Goji Berry, and Chrysanthemum Tea:

Red dates, goji berries, and chrysanthemum are commonly used ingredients for making herbal teas. Together, they create a mildly sweet and aromatic fruit bubble tea with a beautiful red hue.

Recipe: Wash and prepare red dates, goji berries, chrysanthemum, and dried tangerine peel. Add the ingredients to a tea pot with water and boil for 20 minutes. Add sugar if desired.

Jasmine Passion Fruit Tea:

Jasmine flowers have a captivating aroma that refreshes the senses, and passion fruit adds a tangy sweetness to the tea, resulting in a delightful and appetizing fruit bubble tea.

Recipe: Wash the jasmine flowers with warm water and scoop out the seeds of the passion fruit. Boil water and then add the jasmine flowers and passion fruit seeds with a little sugar. Let it steep for 15 minutes before enjoying.

Strawberry Chrysanthemum Tea:

Although strawberries are more common in spring and summer, dried strawberries are available in autumn.

Recipe: Wash the strawberries and chrysanthemum, then add them to a tea pot with water. Boil for 15 minutes. Add sugar if preferred.

Pear Goji Berry Tea:

Autumn is the perfect time to enjoy pears. They are sweet, juicy, and rich in nutrients. When combined with goji berries, the resulting fruit bubble tea is sweet, nourishing, and satisfying.

Recipe: Peel and wash the pear, cut it into pieces, and remove the core. Rinse the goji berries, then add them together in a tea pot with water and rock sugar. Boil for 20 minutes.

Apricot and Hawthorn Fruit Tea:

This tea is a favorite among family members, especially during autumn. With the addition of hawthorn, jujube, and roselle, this traditional fruit bubble tea offers a rich flavor and a beautiful ruby-red color.

Recipe: The ingredients include dried apricots, plump raisins, naturally sun-dried hawthorn, roselle, and brown sugar. Boil them together in a tea pot with water for 20 minutes. The resulting tea is refreshing, clear, and sweet, suitable for all ages.

Apple Goji Red Tea:

Autumn is the season for crisp and sweet apples, and when paired with goji berries and red dates, it creates a delightful and slightly tart fruit bubble tea, rich in flavors and colors.

Recipe: Peel and wash the apples, then cut them into pieces (peeling is optional). Place red tea leaves in a pot, add water, boil for 5 minutes, let it steep for another 5 minutes, then add the apples and goji berries. Boil for an additional 10 minutes. Add sugar if desired.

Chrysanthemum Pear Tea:

Chrysanthemum flowers come in various varieties, and Hangbai chrysanthemum is one of the best options for making tea. Combined with fragrant pears, this fruit bubble tea offers a unique and delightful flavor.

Recipe: Peel and clean the pear, cut it into small pieces, and discard the core. Wash the Hangbai chrysanthemum and goji berries, then add them together with the pear into a tea pot. Boil for 20 minutes.

Passion Fruit Honey Tea:

Passion fruit is not typically eaten directly; instead, its seeds are commonly used for making fruit bubble tea. With its strong aroma and tangy taste, passion fruit adds a delightful flavor to this tea.

Recipe: Prepare passion fruits and lemons. Scoop out the passion fruit seeds and slice the lemons. Layer the passion fruit seeds and lemon slices in a sealable jar, adding rock sugar between the layers. Seal the jar and let it sit in the refrigerator for three days. When ready to serve, scoop a few spoonfuls of the mixture and mix it with water.

Lemon Fruit Tea:

Lemons are known for their sourness and unique aroma, making them an essential ingredient for fruit bubble teas. In this recipe, we combine lemons with apples, pears, and passion fruit, resulting in a rich, tangy, and refreshing fruit tea.

Recipe: Rub the surface of the lemon with salt to reduce its bitterness. Rinse it thoroughly and cut it into slices. Peel and wash the apples and pears, then cut them into small pieces (peeling is optional). Add all the ingredients into a teapot with water and boil for 15 minutes.


These ten fruit bubble tea recipes offer a delightful and nutritious way to stay hydrated and combat autumn dryness. With the abundance of seasonal fruits, you can easily create a variety of flavors to suit your taste preferences. Enjoy these delicious fruit bubble teas throughout the autumn season, and indulge in the rich aromas and vibrant colors they bring to your cup. Happy brewing!

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