Oolong Milk Tea Recipe


oolong milk tea recipe

Chinese Oolong Tea is the most popular brewing tea in China. It is a fine tea with a natural aromatic fragrance and flowery flavor, and it is made from high quality tea leaves. The leaves are rolled into tiny balls and dried to make the best-tasting Oolong Tea.

Did you know that Oolong Tea is the oldest tea in China? It was invented by a Chinese emperor in the Ming Dynasty over 500 years ago. At that time, it was very expensive because only the rich people could afford it.

Oolong Tea is also one of the most popular teas in Hong Kong and Taiwan. In Hong Kong, it is often mixed with milk and sugar to create a milky tea drink. This recipe will show you how to make Oolong Milk Tea at home.

There are many ways to consume Oolong Tea. You can drink it hot or cold. You can add sugar to make it sweeter, or add milk to make it creamy.

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Oolong Tea also goes well with snacks and deserts. If you have a big party and want to serve Oolong Tea, it goes well with savory snacks like chinese dumplings, spring rolls and other types of finger food. It also goes well with desserts like chinese mooncakes.

Chinese Oolong tea is an ideal gift for friends and family because it comes in an attractive package that is easy to store. You can give the tea as a gift for birthdays, anniversaries, housewarming parties or special occasions like Chinese New Year.

In Hong Kong, the most well-known brand of Oolong Milk Tea is “Chungking Milk Tea”, which is a local favorite. The secret recipe of Chungking Milk Tea is a well-kept secret, and each restaurant claims that their version is the original recipe. It’s a very interesting topic for discussion among tea lovers!

Interesting Fact: The name “Chungking” was derived from its place of origin: “Chungking”. This place is now called Chongqing, the largest city in Southwest China. It’s better known as the City of Eternal Spring because of its mild weather!

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular Oolong Milk Tea recipes.

Jade Oolong Milk Tea

Ingredients:

1.5 tsp Jade Oolong Tea leaves (2g)

100 ml milk or soy milk

1 tbsp condensed milk

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How to make Jade Oolong Milk Tea

Step 1: Bring the water to a boil. Put the tea leaves into a tea pot or glass. Add boiling water to cover the tea leaves. Cover and let it steep for 3-4 minutes.

Step 2: Add the milk and condensed milk into a cup. Strain the tea into the cup to mix well. Enjoy!

Fu Shin Oolong Milk Tea

Ingredients

1.5 tsp Fu Shin Oolong Tea leaves (2g)

100 ml milk or soy milk (or low-fat milk)

1/2 tbsp brown sugar (or sugar substitute)

How to make Fu Shin Oolong Milk Tea

Step 1: Bring the water to a boil. Put the tea leaves into a tea pot or glass. Add boiling water to cover the tea leaves. Cover and let it steep for 3-4 minutes.

Step 2: Add brown sugar and milk into a cup. Strain the tea into the cup to mix well. Enjoy!

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Gold Oolong Milk Tea

Ingredients

1.5 tsp Gold Oolong Tea leaves (2g)

100 ml milk or soy milk (or low-fat milk)

1/2 tbsp brown sugar (or sugar substitute) OR 1/4 tsp Sugar Syrup Base (optional) OR 1 tbsp lemon juice (optional) OR 1 tsp honey

How to make Gold Oolong Milk Tea

Step 1: Bring the water to a boil. Put the tea leaves into a tea pot or glass. Add boiling water to cover the tea leaves. Cover and let it steep for 3-4 minutes.

Step 2: Add milk, sugar or sugar substitute, and lemon juice/honey into a cup. Strain the tea into the cup to mix well. Enjoy!

Classic Oolong Milk Tea: (No sweetener)

Ingredients

1.5 tsp Classic Oolong Tea leaves (2g) OR 1/2 tsp Classic Oolong Tea powder (1g) OR 1 tsp Classic Oolong Tea leaves (1g)

100 ml milk or soy milk (or low-fat milk)

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How to make Classic Oolong Milk Tea

Step 1: Bring the water to a boil. Put the tea leaves or powder into a tea pot or glass. Add boiling water to cover the tea leaves. Cover and let it steep for 3-4 minutes. If you are using Classic Oolong Tea Powder, you don’t need to strain it. You can skip Step 2 as well.

Step 2: Add milk into a cup. Enjoy!

Strawberry Oolong Milk Tea

Ingredients

1.5 tsp Strawberry Oolong Tea leaves (2g) OR 1/2 tsp Strawberry Oolong Tea powder (1g) OR 1 tsp Strawberry Oolong Tea leaves (1g)

100 ml milk or soy milk (or low-fat milk)

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How to make Strawberry Oolong Milk Tea

Step 1: Bring the water to a boil. Put the tea leaves or powder into a tea pot or glass. Add boiling water to cover the tea leaves. Cover and let it steep for 3-4 minutes. If you are using Strawberry Oolong Tea Powder, you don’t need to strain it. You can skip Step 2 as well.

Step 2: Add milk into a cup. Add 1-2 drops of red food coloring into the cup and stir well. Enjoy! (It’s not recommended to use strawberry puree because you may get a bitter taste.)

Mary L

Currently living and working in California with my Husband and our grumpy cat. I love tea and always try to sample as much local tea when I travel as much as I can.

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