Oolong milk tea is a Chinese tea that’s often served chilled. It has an earthy flavor that blends well with milk, hence the name “oolong” and “milk.” It can also be found in different varieties such as almond or green oolong.
Things to know about oolong milk tea:
- Oolong milk tea is a great way to get your daily dose of calcium
- Drinking oolong milk tea will make you feel more awake and energized
- It can help you lose weight and maintain healthy cholesterol levels
- It has antioxidants that can protect against cancer and other diseases
- Studies show it may even have anti-aging properties!
Iced Oolong tea is also known as a tea that has been frozen to make it cold. In Chinese culture, iced tea is often served at the beginning of an event such as a meal or banquet. In addition, it’s commonly consumed as a drink when people are relaxing at home. If you’re looking for a refreshing and cool drink, you’ll love this recipe! This oolong tea recipe should be made the night before and refrigerated. It should be consumed within 2 days after making it.
Oolong milk tea Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups oolong tea leaves
1 1/2 cups fresh milk (cow’s milk or goat’s milk)
6 tablespoons sugar, divided
3 to 4 cups of water
- Combine 3 tablespoons of sugar and tea leaves in a small pot.
- Boil up the mixture on medium heat for 3 minutes.
- Remove from the heat and strain into a pitcher through a fine sieve to remove any sediment that may have formed.
- Add 6 tablespoons of fresh milk and refrigerate the mixture overnight so that it’s cold when it is served.
- When you wake up in the morning, heat 1 cup of water.
- Add to the pitcher.
- Stir well to mix the milk and tea.
- If it is too thick, add a little more hot water (but don’t get rid of all of the tea leaves).
- Sweeten with remaining sugar.
- To serve, pour some oolong milk tea into a glass with ice cubes and top with oolong syrup, which is made by mixing 2 tablespoons of sugar into 2 tablespoons of water until dissolved. Add more sugar if you’d like.