Hongkong milk tea. Hong Kong milk tea is also known as "pantyhose tea" or "silk stocking tea" because it is often brewed in a large tea sock that resembles pantyhose. It has a smooth, creamy texture thanks to the evaporated milk. Or, if you opt for sweetened, condensed milk that we call for here, it becomes beguilingly sweet and full-flavored.
Although originating from Hong Kong, it is found overseas in restaurants serving Hong Kong cuisine and Hong Kong-style western cuisine. Hong Kong Milk Tea is a magical, highly caffeinated, wonderfully smooth morning drink that I had for the first time in its true glory on our trip to Hong Kong. Always served piping hot and perfectly sweetened, it has just the right amounts of evaporated milk and sweetened condensed milk. You can have Hongkong milk tea using 3 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Hongkong milk tea
- It’s 350 ml of air.
- You need 3 sdm of SKM (resep asli 6 sdm).
- Prepare 2 sdt of daun teh (bisa diganti dengan teh celup).
Hong Kong milk tea is a tea made with black tea leaves and milk. Although it hasn't been around for a very long time, it's an important part of tea culture and a very popular tea in Hong Kong. Unlike the world-famous Indian Chai that's made with real milk, Hong Kong milk tea is made using condensed and/or evaporated milk. Hong Kong milk tea as the name suggests originated in Hong Kong but has gained popularity all over the world.
Hongkong milk tea instructions
- Siapkan bahan.
- Campur air dan teh kemudian masak sampai mendidih. Setelah mendidih, masak terus sekitar 1 menit lalu matikan api dan diamkan kurleb 2 menit.
- Saring dan tuang air tehnya ke dalam gelas/cangkir. Kemudian masukkan SKM, aduk. Sajikan hangat. Hmmm segar banget.
It is also known as pantyhose tea or silk stocking tea. Unlike the usual milk tea, this tea uses evaporated milk and hence has a different flavor. It is very easy to make at home and needs only a few ingredients to prepare. The Original Hong Kong Style Milk Tea Blend Taste authentic Hong Kong style milk tea you grew to love with that silky-smooth texture. Sourced directly from old-school master blenders in Hong Kong using the same process and tea proportions used for generations.