Taro Milk Tea Recipe

Taro Milk Tea Recipe

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You will definitely want to prepare this easy & sweet Taro Milk Tea Recipe!

The sweet & nutty flavor of taro root powder gives the tea an exclusive taste!

The floral tones of the fragrant Darjeeling black tea, mixed with the creamy half & half, and sugarcane sweetness makes this tea utterly irresistible.

Moreover, taro roots, also called eddo/dasheen, have incredible health benefits. They enhance immunity, blood circulation, vision, digestion, as well as are good for the heart.

Learn how to make taro milk tea by following these steps.


  • 1.25 cup of hot Darjeeling black tea
  • 3 Tablespoons of taro powder
  • 3 tablespoons of half & half
  • 2 teaspoons raw cane sugar
  • 45 ice cubes


  • Begin by making some hot black tea. Add a teaspoon of dried Darjeeling black tea leaves to a cup, pour 1.25 cup of boiling on it, and steep for 3-4 minutes.
  • Then, add the taro powder, half & half, and raw cane sugar in a shaker. Pour in the freshly brewed black tea and stir well.
  • Finally, add the ice cubes, close the lid, and shake for a few seconds.

Serve in a glass and enjoy!


  • This Taro Milk Tea Recipe can also be prepared with fresh taro and sweet potato. The peeled & cubed taro and sweet potato need to be boiled and chilled before using to make tea. It is a slightly time-consuming process.
  • You can also blend canned sweet taro chunks with whole milk. Add brewed black tea, ice, and cooked black tapioca pearls for a yummy sip!


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