Pearl milk tea, also known as bubble tea, is a type of tea mixed with sugar and milk and filled with balls of tapioca, known as pearls. Because of the added ingredients, this pearl milk and tea is much higher in calories than standard tea.
According to the online nutrition resource MyFitnessPal, one 500 milliliter serving -- about 17 ounces -- of pearl milk and tea contains 292 calories.
A 500 milliliter serving of pearl milk and tea contains 16 grams of fat. Fat is calorie-dense, providing 9 calories per gram, so it contributes 144 calories to a serving of pearl milk and tea.
Pearl milk and tea is also rich in carbohydrates. Each 500 ml serving of pearl milk and tea contains 33 grams of carbohydrates, all of which come from sugar. While carbohydrates provide energy, you should limit your sugar intake, as this type of carbohydrate does not provide nutritional value.
Pearl milk and tea is low in protein. A 500 milliliter serving of contains just 1 gram of protein.