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Roses are fragrant, aesthetically beautiful, and romantic, but who would’ve thought rose-infused milk tea would make such a delicious treat? Rose essence, slightly sweet and floral, gives milk tea an aromatic boost. Additionally, as it’s soothing to the throat and positively influences digestion and circulation, rose essence certainly has its benefits for the body.

Taro, root of the taro plant, is grown in sub-tropical and tropical climates. In Taiwan, taro root is often eaten in noodle dishes or as a dessert topper, while in other parts of the world, it may be prepared in curries or with lentils. Often compared to the potato, taro actually has about three times the dietary fiber of a potato, while also being an excellent source of potassium. In milk tea, taro gives the drink a vanilla-like hint while coloring the drink a popping purple, making it both a yummy and pretty milk tea combination.

Taro, root of the taro plant, is grown in sub-tropical and tropical climates. In Taiwan, taro root is often eaten in noodle dishes or as a dessert topper, while in other parts of the world, it may be prepared in curries or with lentils. Often compared to the potato, taro actually has about three times the dietary fiber of a potato, while also being an excellent source of potassium. In milk tea, taro gives the drink a vanilla-like hint while coloring the drink a popping purple, making it both a yummy and pretty milk tea combination.