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Thanks for the recipe! I haven't had tea like this since I was in Japan the taste is pretty much exactly the same and brings back some great memories. I'm not much for sweet drinks so I used whole milk and added honey tasted added etc. until I was happy with it.
Loved this tea. I used a Ceylon black tea instead of the standard Orange pekoe. Very nice way to use some of an opened can of sweetened condensed milk. I most definitely will make this again. Thanks Tao for submitting this.
Perfect for my no-good-very-bad-day. I used fat free sweetened condensed milk but I made no other changes. Using the martini shaker smart idea! That was the coolest idea. Really. Excellent milk tea. I'd like to try this with fat free half-n-half next time and see if it's just as good.
Thank you so much for posting this! I absolutely love milk tea! It was delicious - I halved the condensed milk and the honey but I think it was still a tad to sweet. Then again I always like things a little less sweet.
I enjoyed this very much. I remember having it as a child when we were stationed in Guam. My parents had been in stationed in Japan and I remember my mom making this for me. It was lightly sweet and still had a nice little kick flavor of tea. Nicely done Tao. I know can't wait to make this for my kids. I did use decaf tea for that is all I use. And it was wonderful. Thanks so much.
Definitely too sweet but a good jumping off point. I had 1 mug as per recipe but modified my 2nd mug by skipping the honey putting 3 teaspoons sweetened condensed milk rather than 4 and topping it off with 2% milk to make up for the creaminess the 4th teaspoon would have added.
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