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    • #5877

      Jackie
      Keymaster
      @jackie

      …add milk to their Oolong or green tea?

      While replying to lahikmajoe’s latest blog entry a strange thought occurred to me as I wrote I’d never add milk to green & oolongs. I made the bold statement that no one in the world would likely do this. However, perhaps this is baloney and you do? Or know others who do? I’m not talking about a cold tea shake of some kind, I mean when you make hot tea. It is unthinkable to splash in milk, right?
      That’s “right” as in “right!!”
      Yours,
      J.

    • #5878

      Xavier
      Participant
      @xavier

      I only added milk to black tea but I no longer do that.

    • #5879

      Teawench
      Participant
      @teawench

      I only use milk if I’m making a tea latte. I used to put it in everything but that was mostly to mask the taste of the crappy teabags I was drinking at the time 😛 I honestly can’t imagine putting milk in a green or Oolong. Seems like a sin against nature.

    • #5880

      Anonymous
      Inactive
      @

      Well, I know of some tea enthusiasts who add milk to hojicha! It is technically still a green tea, but roasted. Does this count? Haha

    • #5881

      Robert Godden
      Participant
      @thedevotea

      It’s an appalling concept, but Id rather someone put milk in a great tea than went without and used a teabag

    • #5882

      liberteas
      Participant
      @liberteas

      I do not add milk to Oolong or green tea unless I’m making a green tea latte or a green chai latte.  Otherwise, no.  I haven’t tried milk in hojicha, but, I can see how that might actually be tasty.

    • #5883

      Anonymous
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      Heck no.  I have never added milk to oolong but I have had Milk Oolong. 🙂

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