Also known as that asshole, Gianina.
This is the blog of a frustrated artist who is into painting, drawing, photography, graphic design, movies, music, ninjas, zombies, superheores, villains, and a large number of fandoms.
The owner of this blog is a Communication Arts graduate, a web and graphic designer, a geek, a fangirl, a homestuck, a weirdo, a creep, a super soldier, and a friend.
Born on September 22, 1991.
You flippin do it yourself because it’s not that hard okay
#wow I finally did a thing
Okay you guys, I’m saying this as a disclaimer since this has been getting notes and reaching some good points in discussion. Anyway, the point I’m trying to get across in this dumb infographic is that it’s easy and cheaper to buy the ingredients than to buy the actual milk tea or fake or powered milk tea for that matter. What you do have to learn is to get the proportions right. Some people want more cream and sugar for more authentic-tasting bubble tea, which is fine, but that would entail adding more calories and and unhealthy junk in your tea, which kind of defeats the purpose of drinking tea for health purposes. I mean, putting milk in your tea in general obviously already defeats the purpose of drinking tea. But there are ways to manage the nutritional value by knowing what you put in your drink (something which you can’t really know for sure from buying the actual milk tea or powdered milk tea). I broke down what you essentially need in nai cha so that you know what you’re putting in your drink. That’s my contribution to the apparently aggressive tea-loving community.