Jasmine Milk Tea Recipe
- Jasmine tea 4g
- Boiled water 400ml
- fresh mint leaves 10g
- White sugar 5g
- Milk 100g
- White sugar 25g
Brew 4g of jasmine tea with 400 ml of boiling water.
Wash 10g fresh mint leaves, remove the stem leaves and drain.
Mix the mint leaves with 5g of white sugar, and crush the mint leaves with a grinding stick.
Pour crushed mint leaves, 100g milk, and 25g white sugar into the milk pot, and bring to a boil over medium-low heat.
Filter out the mint leaf residue.
Pour the mint milk into the cup.
Pour the jasmine tea into the mint milk.
What does jasmine milk tea taste like?
It combines the light bitterness of green tea with the sweetness of ice cream. The taste of jasmine milk tea is lighter, not sweet.
Is jasmine milk tea black or green?
Jasmine tea does not belong to green tea, but jasmine tea belongs to scented tea. Scented teas are all reprocessed teas, and jasmine tea is essentially a scented tea made by directly mixing tea leaves and jasmine flowers. Although the tea soup color of jasmine tea is bright yellow-green, and the bottom of the leaves will also show a very tender green color, it is not green tea.