Are you drink tea with milk?

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by doudou » May 30th 17 1:47 pm

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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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by janet11 » May 31st 17 2:21 am

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 drinking tea with milk?

by skywarrior » Jun 11th 18 9:41 pm

Ack! No! No! No! No milk! Blech! :shock: :shock: :shock:

Well, maybe with matcha and chai, but otherwise no. That's my opinion, and I'm sticking with it.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by Mrs. Chip » Jun 12th 18 7:48 pm

No milk in tea for me.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by Chip » Jun 13th 18 3:06 am

Never did, never will.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by JRS22 » Jun 13th 18 5:04 am

Until March I would have said never but then I went to India. Strong Indian tea was just right with milk and sugar. I know I overdid it because I spent several. nights sleepless from the caffeine. Back at home my Yancha and Japanese greens don’t need milk or sugar and I don’t miss that style of tea drinking.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by Chip » Jun 13th 18 3:15 pm

JRS22 wrote: Until March I would have said never but then I went to India. Strong Indian tea was just right with milk and sugar. I know I overdid it because I spent several. nights sleepless from the caffeine. Back at home my Yancha and Japanese greens don’t need milk or sugar and I don’t miss that style of tea drinking.
Actually now that you mention India, I have had masala chai with some kind of milk in it. Overall, not my cuppa, but it was ... culturally interesting.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by skywarrior » Jun 13th 18 7:39 pm

Chip wrote: Never did, never will.
Chipster! Greetings! Long time no hang out! Good to "see" you again!

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by kukicha » Jun 15th 18 6:51 am

Hello,
I don't really drink tea with milk.
I don't really add anything to tea usually, I like drinking it straight up. Earl grey is an exception - I like to brew it by steeping some earl grey in a Gaiwan, then putting a splash of vanilla in my teacup, pouring the earl grey on top of it, and topping it with frothed milk.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by dogjaeja » Jun 23rd 18 9:38 pm

You could always try a Jin Xuan tea for the milkyness.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by cre8ivemedia » Oct 4th 18 6:31 am

janet11 wrote: Hi~
I never try to add milk into tea when I drink tea. What kind of tea will you choose to add some milk to make it taste more smooth? Will it turn into milk tea? And question is coming, Milk in First or Teas in First? Debate continues about whether to put milk in the cup before pouring or after. Originally milk was always added before the tea to prevent the hot teas from cracking the delicate bone china cups. Tea experts agree with this tradition but also state, pouring milk into hot tea after pouring alters the flavour of the tea. I'm really curious what kind of flavor is it, and you? :?:
I've been drinking black tea with milk ever since I started with the first cup of tea. I have family members who hates the idea of adding milk to black tea but I just can't do without adding milk.

Get some loose leaf Darjeeling tea and add some milk to it. I like to boil them together and with some ginger to it, I tell you, nothing taste better than that.

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Re: Are you drink tea with milk?

by Jomana » Dec 8th 18 11:13 am

Wow I looove drinking tea with milk😍.. I drink more than 6 cups aday 😄

Sometime we add flavor to the tea like Ginger, Zaffaran or Thyme . It's really tasty