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5 Spooky Milk Tea Recipes for a Virtual Halloween Party

5 Spooky Milk Tea Recipes for a Virtual Halloween Party

October 8 2021

Feeling spooky yet?

  1. Creepy Crawlies Milk Tea
  2. Slimy Gooey Milk Tea
  3. Bloody Berry Milk Tea
  4. Pumpkin Spice Brown Sugar Milk Tea
  5. Awooo Boba Milk Tea

Time really flies! Can you believe that the spooky season will soon arrive again? Prior to the pandemic, Halloween used to be a time of all-nighter celebrations and dressing up. Who says you can’t continue with the festivities in this pandemic though? All you need is a virtual set-up, food and spine-chilling drinks.

Chemag’s got you covered! They’ve rounded up the spookiest powdered milk tea recipes using Chemag milk tea for your best online Halloween celebration yet!

1. Creepy Crawlies Milk Tea

Creepy Crawlies Milk Tea

What’s more of a scare than finding something that’s crawling out of your drink? Surely, no one wants that! However, with this recipe, you might change your mind because of how delectable the creepy crawlies are! The exciting saccharine flavors of this drink gets even more elevated when paired with Chemag milk tea, too!

Ingredients:

How to make:

  • In a glass, pour the Chemag milk tea
  • Pour water and dissolve powdered milk tea completely
  • Place ice
  • On the side, separate the cream from the Oreo cookies
  • Crush the chocolate cookies
  • Alternately place crushed Oreo and gummy worms on top of the drink to create an effect of “dirt” and “crawling worms”

Note: yields one serving

2. Slimy Gooey Milk Tea

Slimy Gooey Milk Tea

Ugh! What is that? Slime? Goo? No, it’s powdered milk tea that’s matcha flavored! Despite it’s icky color you won’t help but gulp this concoction down with delight because of it’s refreshing and light flavor!

Ingredients:

How to make:

  • In a glass, pour the Chemag milk tea
  • Pour water and dissolve powdered milk tea completely
  • Mix in boba, light green sprinkles and ice

For a more slimy looking drink, try making bone shapes out of bananas! Not only will they add to the look but they complement well with matcha, too.

Note: yields one serving

3. Bloody Berry Milk Tea

Bloody Berry Milk Tea

This drink screams nothing but bloody murder! Get ready to feel like a vampire who’s just feasted on his prey. Why not try it with some vampire fangs and a cape to complete the whole look and experience, too? Careful! You might end up signaling a hearty “mwahahahaha” after just one sip.

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons of Chemag Classic Milk Tea
  • 1 cup of water
  • Ice
  • 1 pound of strawberries
  • 1/3 cup of granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice

How to make:

  • Wash and cut off leafy ends of strawberries
  • Chop all strawberries but leave some strawberries to the side
  • In a saucepan, place all ingredients together
  • Cover the lid and let it simmer for 15 minutes while occasionally stirring
  • Once cooked, place mixture in blender until completely smooth
  • Place strawberry mixture in sauce bottle and drip it inside and around the sides of a glass
  • At the bottom of the glass, place remaining chopped strawberries and ice
  • In a separate glass, pour the Chemag Classic Milk Tea
  • Pour water and dissolve powdered milk tea completely
  • Pour mixture in glass with strawberries

Complete the aesthetic of your crafted beverage by adding an injection (without the needle) in your drink!

Note: yields one serving

4. Pumpkin Spice Brown Sugar Milk Tea

Pumpkin Spice Brown Sugar Milk Tea

Halloween also prompts the start of fall season for many countries. For them, pumpkins are the “mascot” of the season, even more during Halloween.

While Filipinos aren’t the type to be seen carving and decorating pumpkins during this time, pumpkin-based drinks are highly-anticipated and well-loved.

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups of water
  • 1 cup of tapioca pearls
  • 1/2 cup of hot water
  • 1/2 cup of brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice
  • 2-3 bags of black tea
  • 2 1/2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of your preferred milk
  • Ice

How to make:

  • In a saucepan, cook the tapioca pearls in the 4 cups of boiling water for 20 minutes
  • Afterwards, turn off stove and let pearls sit for 15 minutes in covered saucepan
  • In a bowl, stir the 1/2 cup of hot water with the brown sugar until fully dissolved
  • Drain tapioca pearls and wash with cold water
  • Let tapioca pearls soak in brown sugar syrup
  • In another saucepan, boil 2.5 cups of water with the tea bag and pumpkin spice for 5 minutes
  • In each glass, place 4 tablespoons of brown sugar tapioca pearls
  • Place ice above pearls
  • Pour tea and as much milk as preferred and stir

Note: yields four servings

5. Wolfy Boba Milk Tea

Wolfy Boba Milk Tea

Ghosts? Vampires? Mummies? These are just amongst the supernatural and fictional bodies that are celebrated during the famous holiday. One of the characters portrayed as well are humans who turn into treacherous werewolves when a full moon rises. Why not celebrate the wolves through a milk tea recipe too? You won’t help but let out a satisfied “Awoooo!” after tasting how good it is!

Ingredients:

How to make:

  • In a glass, pour Chemag Milk Tea
  • Pour water and dissolve powdered milk tea completely
  • Place boba and ice above it after
  • On the side, separate the cream from the Oreo cookies
  • Crush the chocolate cookies
  • Place the crushed cookies on top of the milk tea
  • Place rock chocolates on top of the crushed cookies

You may need some imagination for this drink! Here’s a clue: the rocks and boba allude to a full moon!

Note: yields one serving

Shall We Say Happy Halloween?

Now, you’re most probably feeling more confident about how to spend your Halloween festivities with friends online! If you’re in the lookout for spooky drinks that have alcohol in them, you can find them here or through this site!

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