How to brew a delicious milk tea (with no milk!)

I am obsessed with milk.

And while I love making tea, I have always been very picky about the quality.

So when my husband asked if I could make him some milk tea, the thought of getting some for his birthday made my day.

After trying a few recipes, I finally decided to try my hand at making my own milk tea.

I also decided to take some tips from my husband.

I am an avid coffee drinker and have used a variety of different teas to try and find the perfect cup of coffee for me.

So my milk tea is made with a blend of different roasted coffee beans and a blend that has a combination of roasted and unroasted coffee beans.

This tea will be a very easy cup to make, but will still provide plenty of flavor and aroma to satisfy any coffee lover’s needs.

I hope you enjoy my milk and tea tea tutorial as much as I did making it!

The recipe is simple enough to make in the morning and is a great way to get some coffee before you head out to work or school.

I made this milk tea as a simple afternoon drink for my husband so he could get a cup of tea without having to work out how to make a coffee pot or even a coffee grinder.

If you want to make your own milk, you can find a list of ingredients at this link.

It’s not difficult to make either.

To make this milk teapot, you will need: -2 cups milk -2 tbsp.

sugar -1 cup of unrottled coffee beans -2 tsp.

cinnamon powder -1 tsp.

ground nutmeg -1/2 tsp salt (I used salt and pepper) Instructions 1.

Combine the coffee beans, cinnamon powder, nutmeg, salt and spices in a small pot.

Bring to a boil and let cook for about 20 minutes.


While the coffee is cooking, add in the coffee, cinnamon, nutmegs, and salt.

Cover and let the coffee cook for 15 minutes.


When the coffee has cooled slightly, add the milk and stir for about 15 minutes more.

Serve immediately.


Enjoy your tea with a cup or two of coffee and a hot chocolate!


Happy brewing!