How to make milk tea
Posted: Oct 23, 2020
Milk tea is like a form of beverage that can be found in any country or culture, containing the combination of milk and some other ingredient or it usually means tea with milk in it. If you never ordered milk tea then you really need to think about what you order when you go to a cafe. We can all agree that some people do not like it at first but then grow the taste of it after applying different recipes.
Milk tea has different health benefits like powerful vitamins and antioxidants, according to some research, it has been found that it controls blood sugar level, improves the immune system, and even prevents heart disease.
How to make milk tea, it is one of the all-time favorite drinks, it is the greatest invention and also the drinks in the world. If we are discussing milk tea in its local or its modern form, the spirit of milk tea and the story around the milk tea is an amazing and easily accessible part of the contemporary world. The style and story associated with Milk Tea remind or bring back the thousands of memories of people or friends or family at a glance.
Here are the steps to making milk tea:
Step 1: Boil water
Boil 1.5 cups of water on top of the stove or use an electric kettle with a temperature setting, set the water temperature to 208 F.
Use filtered water for the best-flavored tea. The better the water tastes, the more tea tastes.
Step 2: Heat a cup of tea.
Pour half a cup of boiled water into your teapot and wrap the water around it to heat the teacup. Release the water. Now, your cup of tea is warm tea and it is good to stay warm.
Step 3: Mix tea and hot water in a teacup.
Make a strong cup of tea with 2 tablespoons of black tea and a cup of hot water.
I use loose tea, you can use 1 tea sachet or 2 teabags instead.
Step 4: Cover the teacup and keep it upright for 5 minutes.
We need a strong cup of tea that is deep and dark in color.
Step 5: Pour the tea leaves and pour the hot tea into the teacup.
I use this glass teacup strained on the lid to filter the tea leaves.
Step 6: Add brown sugar.
Pour in your tea and add 1 tsp brown sugar so that it dissolves quickly in the hot tea.
Step 7: Pour half and half.
Now that’s the fun part. Pour half and half and watch as the black tea surrounds.
I use half generously and a half (1/4 cup), but feel free to add as much as you want.
Stir a little and it is ready to drink!
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