Boba milk tea, also known as bubble tea or tapioca tea, often contains brewed black or green tea, large tapioca pears, milk and honey. This blended, sweet drink contains calories that may help you meet nutritional goals and energy needs.
A 12.7 fl. oz. serving of boba milk tea contains 207 calories, according to the MyFitnessPal website. When following a 2,000-calorie diet, this provides 10.3 percent of your daily calories. Any additional fruit juices or other flavorings increase the calories.
Many of the calories in boba milk tea come from carbohydrates. MyFitnessPal notes that a 12.7 fl. oz. serving of boba milk tea contains 45 g of carbs -- or 2.3 percent of the 130 g of this nutrient that the Institute of Medicine recommends consuming every day. This serving size also provides 1 g of protein.
A 12.7 fl. oz. cup of boba milk tea has 3 g of fat, or 4 to 7 percent of the amount of fat MayoClinic.com recommends limiting yourself to on a daily basis. Any flavor additives to the tea may increase fat content.