Just tried this with milk and sugar. Hmm, it makes for a very light beverage that nevertheless retains a touch of fragrance, which is fine by me — I’m OK with delicate flavours. Taste-wise, it’s like a mild version of Taiwanese bubble milk tea. Easy on the palate, but I think fans of strong concoctions would find this bland.

By the way, sorry about the bad picture — it was the best I could do in poor lighting, LOL.

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I’ve been a casual tea drinker for some time now, but have only recently started to approach this whole tea-drinking business more seriously, exploring my options and paying more attention to what I buy. I’m partial to the delicate flavours of “traditional” no-frills Chinese tea but ironically enough, have fallen in love with fancy vintage bone china teacups. Heh.



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