Milk tea is a very sweet tea that is often used in Boba. Boba is a drink consisting of tea and balls of tapioca and honey. Discover how to make Milktea through this episode.
Milk tea refers to several forms of beverage found in many cultures, containing some combination of tea and milk. Beverages vary based on the amount of each of these key ingredients, the method of preparation, and the inclusion of other ingredients (varying from sugar or honey to salt or cardamom).
The addition of milk results in a less astringent, less bitter flavor. Not only does milk cover up the flavor of the tea, it also binds to some of the bitter chemical compounds found in tea.
Milk tea is, quite simply, tea with milk added. This creates a smoother flavor and slightly sweetens the tea. It’s a popular way to serve tea in many parts of the world and it is an easy way to dress up your average cup of tea.
There are many regions in the world where milk tea is the default type of tea. This is most apparent in certain parts of India where ‘tea’ usually refers to milk tea. To ask for tea without milk, request a ‘black tea’ or simply ‘tea without.
Milk tea is also commonly consumed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Canada, Sri Lanka, and Hong Kong.
There are many variations on milk tea, including:
Cream Tea – Prepared with heavy cream, this tea is commonly found in East Friesland, Germany. It is often called ‘East Friesian Tea.
Hong Kong Milk Tea – Also called Pantyhose Milk Tea, this is the most popular version of tea prepared with evaporated milk.
Tea Latte – A very popular tea drink found in North America, parts of Europe, and beyond.
Cow, Buffalo, or Yak Milk – Made by boiling tea with the animal’s milk. This drink is found in many parts of India and a few surrounding countries.
Some of these bitter compounds are very beneficial to health. Because of this, if you’re drinking tea for health reasons, tea without milk is a better choice.
Some teas, such as Assam teas from India, are almost always served with milk to reduce the bitterness. Assam milk tea also makes a regular appearance British afternoon teas.
Many milk teas do quite well with a dairy substitute. If you like, use soy, almond, or rice milk. Coconut milk is not quite as versatile, but you can certainly develop a taste for it with the right tea.
While many people drink tea because it is pleasant, soothing drink, tea has many health benefits, which were known to ancient cultures like Chinese and Indians.
Tea has many active ingredients that affect our health. It is particularly rich in antioxidants and vitamins. It is found to improve our immune system, to control blood sugar levels, reduce damage to cells and prevent cardiovascular diseases.
But, if you add milk to your tea, its beneficial effects on your vascular system go away.
How milk affects tea?
In a small study conducted on 16 healthy women, scientists compared the effects of tea on their vascular system, with tea, water and tea with milk. They found that tea relaxes blood vessels (improves flow-mediated dilation), but tea with milk does not.
Researchers believe that the most likely explanation is that the caseins, proteins found in milk, form complexes with catechins in tea, its most important flavonoids.
Interestingly, they found that proteins in soy milk have the same effect.
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