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Do You Add Milk To Your Tea?


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Needs to be what we call ‘builders’ tea’ otherwise it is too weak with milk and just tastes nothingy.

You can use more than one tea bag at a time…🙂

My tea is pretty strong compared to most Americans. But I guess tea just doesn’t have the strength in flavor that coffee has.

I use those family-sized tea bags and maake my tea in bulk using about 5-6 of them in a pitcher.

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I only drink plant milk, as it is my way to get the calcium in my diet I don’t get otherwise because I’d rather not eat a couple of cups of greens a day. This is why I use it with coffee. I added some to my tea just now, and it is OK, but it’s just… not the same. Then again, I don’t really like coffee, I just use it as a way to get caffeine.

Maybe I’ll drink more tea with plant milk from now on. Idk, I’m considering it. Less coffee, more strong tea… with splenda

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I think that is different tea though. Would never dream of putting milk in Chinese tea.

That is true. Chinese tea is usually loose leaf, and I feel like it’s generally stronger. I’m not a huge fan of Western tea though, so I’m not the expert here. Just imagining milk in tea makes me feel al little weird though, probably just out of habit.

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I’ve never added milk to tea and I can’t even imagine what it would taste like. I’m not even sure I’d like to try. I prefer black tea with a little bit of honey or nothing at all. I can’t drink coffee on an empty stomach or late at night so black tea is the perfect substitute.

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