Jasmine milk tea can make a perfect refreshing drink with smooth, sweet and delicate flavor. In this article we are going to tell you about what is it, its main features, and how to make it.
Jasmine tea itself has a long history that has been lasting for around 700 years. This beverage has a significant and strong place in Asian culture. It has a pleasant floral aroma and a fragrant taste for which it is so loved and appreciated. You can learn more about jasmine tea, its making process, and benefits in our another article.
Jasmine milk tea is about adding milk, creamer, or condensed milk, to this beverage. Some like to add sugar to this tea to make it sweeter. Recently, it started to be consumed with tapioca pearls. But you can enjoy this drink with just milk and without tapioca.
As pure tea, this beverage has a light floral taste. The difference is that milk tea has a creamy texture due to the addition condensed milk. But you can also use normal milk or a non-dairy creamer to make jasmine milk tea.
The usage of creamer/condensed milk/normal milk in coffee or tea shops usually depends on the area you're in. Somewhere it is more common to use condensed milk to increase the sweetness of the beverage.
1 teaspoon of jasmine tea leaves;
¾ cup boiling water;
¼ cup of milk/condensed milk/creamer;
1 tablespoon sugar/honey or any other sweetener,
boiled tapioca pearls (optional).
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