The Perfect Witches Brew: Apple Pie Bubble Tea with Bubble Boba UK*

It’s no easy feat to cook up the perfect Witches Brew. Many of you will never master the exact art of creating the delicate concoction of flavours. It takes skill, finesse and just a dash of magic to create. That is why this witch took a trip to Bubble Boba Coventry, to get some tips from the master creators this Halloween! Get your grimoires at the ready and start taking notes, witches and warlocks!

This post features sponsored content from Bubble Boba UK – Coventry’s Bubble tea shop at FarGo Village.

For this concoction you will need:

  • One vessel of suitable size and solidity
  • A generous drizzle of blood from a vampire (willingly given)
  • One tablespoon of ashes from a white oak tree
  • Jellied newt tails (a levelled scoop)
  • A quart of ghostly Ectoplasm
  • A pumpkin (We are not sure why, we suppose it’s just for effect.)
  • Prior knowledge of advance level potion making

Firstly, take your vampire’s blood – if you don’t have this available you can substitute for raspberry sauce – and drizzle it gruesomely across the inside of the vessel. The key to making this potion work, is perfectionism! Next scoop in your oak ashes, making sure to coat the bottom of your potion vial, and then thank Mother Earth for her kind contribution.

Then, take a big deep breath and pour in your jellied newt tails on top. For a nicer tasting potion, you could use shortcake crumbs and apple jellies, of course.

Bubble Boba UK Bubble Tea Coventry

The next is to dramatically pour in your ghostly ectoplasm with a flourish, but if you find that ectoplasm is a bit thick, you can always use a red apple flavour thin-shake, specially brewed by the Bubble Boba* team!

So just to recap, if you don’t have any of the ingredients available you can always use raspberry sauce, green apple jelly pieces, shortcake crumbs and milkshake! Of course, you can always trust the potion-masters to make it for you!

Bubble Boba Coventry* are open every day from 11am until 8pm so go and try Witches Brew Apple Pie. Its just £2 right up until Halloween (and after, if it’s still in stock!)

Memoirs from the Witch herself

It was so much fun to work with Bubble Boba*, and I am so glad I could help to promote them after being a regular customer since the shop opened! I am yet to find a flavour of bubble tea I don’t like, and they can cater their drinks to you completely. So if you’ve never tried bubble tea before, give it a go – it’ll put a spell on you that you won’t be able to resist!

Go and try it, if you dare!

Bubble Boba UK Bubble Tea Coventry


  1. Nat
    27th October 2018

    Ooo this sounds really yummy! 😀 I love that Bubble Boba are doing Halloween themed drinks. I don’t feel like any other bubble tea places do that… At least not in Coventry/Birmingham.

    I’ve still got to visit Bubble Boba! 😀

    1. Amy_Ether
      27th October 2018

      I’d highly recommend it, Nat! It’s lovely there 🙂 Thanks for your comment! I have 50p off vouchers should you want to try it out some time ^_^

  2. Eloise
    27th October 2018

    That looks super tasty, I’m a bit gutted I won’t be in Cov anytime soon to try it 🙁
    But will defo explore more flavour options when I next go there ^_^

  3. Mariah Kaercher
    28th October 2018

    I wish I liked Boba tea!

    1. Amy_Ether
      29th October 2018

      Well, if this has at least made you wish you liked it then my work here is done! (BTW, this has jelly in it, not boba!)

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