Milk Tea

NPRs 45.00

Milk tea is a type of tea that is mixed with milk and sometimes sugar or other sweeteners. It originated in the United Kingdom, but has become popular in many parts of the world, including Asia. There are many variations of milk tea, and it is often served cold or over ice. Some popular types of milk tea include bubble tea, Thai milk tea, and Hong Kong-style milk tea. Milk tea can be made with a variety of teas, including black, green, or oolong tea, and it can be served hot or cold. It is typically made by brewing tea and adding milk and sweeteners to it. Some variations may also include additional ingredients, such as tapioca pearls, fruit, or spices.