Are you drink tea with milk?

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


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May 25th, '17, 03:05
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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by janet11 » May 25th, '17, 03:05

doudou wrote: I enjoy a good cup of black tea with milk and sugar, it is a completely different experience than drinking Chinese or Japanese tea. I also enjoy chai which includes milk and a good bubba tea once in a while.
I like the fragrance of green tea, but black tea is too astringent for me. I will like you add some milk and sugar, but I jusst add a little with a touch of milk flavor. :wink:

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May 30th, '17, 09:47
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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by doudou » May 30th, '17, 09:47

janet11 wrote: I like the fragrance of green tea, but black tea is too astringent for me. I will like you add some milk and sugar, but I jusst add a little with a touch of milk flavor. :wink:
Milk and sugar seem to overwhelm any green tea flavor. I prefer to drink green tea straight, but black tea is good with milk.

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May 30th, '17, 22:21
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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by janet11 » May 30th, '17, 22:21

doudou wrote:
janet11 wrote: I like the fragrance of green tea, but black tea is too astringent for me. I will like you add some milk and sugar, but I jusst add a little with a touch of milk flavor. :wink:
Milk and sugar seem to overwhelm any green tea flavor. I prefer to drink green tea straight, but black tea is good with milk.
yeah, I totally agree.
I like add some milk into my Lapsang Souchong. What about you?

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by peony » Jun 9th, '17, 02:59

janet11 wrote:
peony wrote: No, i like the natural aroma of tea. Even for black tea.
Different people have differernt understanding with tea , and the choice is depend on yourself.
Yes, it depends.

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