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How to make boba pearls and drinks

Eva Annabi (‘23) and Noelani Chock (‘23).
Delicious boba drinks prepared by Eva Annabi (‘23) and Noelani Chock (‘23).

Boba drinks offer the right amount of sweet, chewy, and refreshing flavor with one sip of a straw. An extremely popular treat among Webb students, boba is a staple drink and a musttry for anyone who has not had the opportunity to taste the sweet and chewy tapioca pearls that perfectly complement herbal or fruity drinks.

Sometimes you might find yourself critiquing different shop’s creations, thinking there is too little boba and too much tea or extreme sweetness and excessive iceThe solution to this problem is simply making your own tapioca pearls and the perfect drinks to pair them with at homeThese step-by-step instructions with pictures will give you all the tools to make handmade boba as well as a couple chosen teas with ingredients you have in your pantry! 

Tapioca Pearl Tutorial 

Tapioca pearls are surprisingly simple to make; however, watch out for some sticky messes left on your pans and countertops. This tutorial will help you make those sweet and chewy pearls that everyone craves after a long day of homework. 

Iced Cinnamon Vanilla Black Milk Tea Tutorial 

All milk teas are extremely simple to make, and they complement boba perfectly. If you have ever been to a boba shop, you can verify that they have a wide selection of milk teas and you can make most of them in your own home. Follow this tutorial to make a Cinnamon Vanilla Black Milk Tea! 

Iced Matcha Latte Tutorial 

Matcha is amazing both with and without boba. Matcha made at home can be even better than the one you order at your local boba shop or at Starbucks. Follow this quick recipe for the perfect matcha blend! 

From these simple tutorials, coveted boba drinks can be made any day from the comfort of your home. Whenever you crave boba and tea, these tutorials are your best friends and are here for you every time your urge takes over. Through hot weather or cold, feeling happy or sad, making boba will lift your spirits and the final product will leave you smiling.

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Noe Chock
Noe Chock, Chief Editor of Media
Once you get to know Noelani Chock (‘23), she might remind you of a series of fireworks, launching off a compact spot and bursting her colorful energy to those around her. Dedicated soccer player and avid K-pop fan, Noe catapults into the Webb Canyon Chronicle as the Chief of Media, with the ambitions of contributing to future media progression. Noe, ironically allergic to crabs, is a compassionate Cancer that carries the water sign trait of devotion and as a result, is eager to experience an explosive final year. When she is not blocking shooting balls in soccer as a goalkeeper, digging balls at her varsity volleyball practice, or igniting spirit events as head peer-advisor, you’ll find her kickin’ it back at the beach with friends, munching on some boba and sushi, or concocting her next colorful batch of slime. She hopes to continue the Webb Canyon Chronicle’s momentum from last year and organize an extensive project like the Unbounded Days video series. Her radiant presence and immense school spirit are impossible to miss on campus, so watch out — Noe is back to finish her senior year with a bang.  Favorite song: “0x1 Lovesong” by TXT 
Eva Annabi
Eva Annabi, Co-Editor of Sports & Social Media Manager
Just like a spirited raccoon, Eva Annabi (‘23)’s lively enthusiasm and humor make it natural for her to be an amazing Social Media Manager for the Webb Canyon Chronicle. Eva lives by the quote “ride the wave”, like when she is spending time together with friends or binging shows like Love Island instead of doing her homework. Her various leadership roles as a head day student prefect and president of the Middle Eastern and Rotary clubs also allow her to discuss important topics to her, such as representation for minorities and women at Webb. Some of her special talents include wiggling her ears and rapping the fastest part in Rap God. As she steps into her role as the WCC Social Media Manager this year as well as the Co-Editor of Sports, Eva is thrilled to provide entertaining and informative media content in an effort to increase readership.   Favorite Song: "Ransom" by Lil Tecca

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