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Hong Kong Milk Tea
We know how much you all enjoy our Hong Kong milk tea, and we’ve finally concocted a home recipe for you! A perfect balance of sweet, paired with our bold black tea. 
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Servings 1

Equipment

  • Small stove pot with a lid
  • Strainer (for tea leaves) 
  • Mixing spoon
  • Measuring Tablespoon
  • 1 serving cup/ glass
  • 2 x glasses/ cups with an easy-to-pour spout 
  • 8 oz (hot) / 12 oz (iced) serving cup

Ingredients
  

For HOT | 8oz

  • 9.5g/ 3.5 Tbsp Classic Black Tea use a heaping Tablespoon
  • 300 ml HOT Water
  • 20-25 g Condensed Milk

For ICED | 16oz

  • 13g/ 4.5 Tbsp Classic Black Tea use a heaping Tablespoon
  • 300 ml HOT Water
  • 65 g Condensed Milk
  • 1 Cup Ice Cubes

Instructions
 

For HOT | 8oz

  • In a stove pot, combine the Classic Black Tea and water. *** Be sure to stir down the tea leaves to ensure all leaves are submerged in the hot water for proper steeping
    9.5g/ 3.5 Tbsp Classic Black Tea, 300 ml HOT Water
  • Allow it to simmer for 5 minutes with the lid on (turn stove on low heat).
  • In your serving cup, add the condensed milk and set aside.
    20-25 g Condensed Milk
  • Strain the "simmered tea" over one of the glasses/ cups with an easy-to-pour spout. 
  • Aerate the strained tea by pouring the glass/ cup full of tea into another and repeating the motion at least 6 times.
  • Pour your aerated tea straight into the serving cup with condensed milk and give it a thorough stir, then you are ready to sip on your creation.

For ICED | 16oz

  • In a stove pot, combine the Classic Black Tea and water. *** Be sure to stir down the tea leaves to ensure all leaves are submerged in the hot water for proper steeping
    13g/ 4.5 Tbsp Classic Black Tea, 300 ml HOT Water
  • Allow it to simmer for 7 minutes with the lid on (turn stove on low heat).
    65 g Condensed Milk
  • Then, complete steps 3, 4 and 5 in the Hot version above.
  • Pour your aerated tea straight into the serving cup with condensed milk and give it a thorough stir
  • Add the ice cubed into the serving cup and ENJOY!
    1 Cup Ice Cubes

Notes

...and then you have it! A refreshing Hong Kong milk tea made by you! This recipe pairs well with pearls to make it a bubble tea!
Useful Tips:
  • When aerating your tea, make sure to pour from an upright position, rather than interchanging the liquids at a close distance.