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drank Milky Oolong by T2
309 tasting notes

I am now in Melbourne! The first thing I did here was, of course, checking out the T2 shop nearby! I bought a box of Melbourne Breakfast and wanted to purchase a pack of Milky Oolong as well. I could not make up my mind because I was dying to try milk oolong but T2’s milky oolong is pretty expensive. In the end, I asked the cute guy at the counter if I could try the tea. I thought he would give me a small sample to taste right away but instead he gave me a generously-sized sample to take home! I was pleasantly surprised indeed!

Ok long story short… so how was my first encounter with milk oolong? I don’t know how much this tea tastes like the “typical” milk oolong, but anyway I enjoyed it. :) It’s amazing that a tea can be light yet milky at the same time! It’s not really very milky (the ignorant me was actually expecting a “cloudy” tea but it was nothing like that), yet the creaminess and softness unique to this tea was unmissable. I love the slightly sweet, milk-tea like aftertaste! The weather is crummy today but this tea has brightened the day :)

I think I am going to buy it this Sunday!

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 15 sec
Ashley Bain

I just tried my first milk oolong not too long ago, it was so interesting how it was clear yet milky creamy; you do expect a cloudiness. If I didn’t look at it while I was drinking it, I’d swear I was drinking a tea latte.

Devilish

Yup isn’t that fascinating? I look forward to trying the milk oolong of other brands!

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Ashley Bain

I just tried my first milk oolong not too long ago, it was so interesting how it was clear yet milky creamy; you do expect a cloudiness. If I didn’t look at it while I was drinking it, I’d swear I was drinking a tea latte.

Devilish

Yup isn’t that fascinating? I look forward to trying the milk oolong of other brands!

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A devilish girl who lives up to the post-80s youth stereotype – hedonistic, frivolous and rebellious – except I love traditional afternoon tea rather than a quick caffeine fix at Starbucks.

I make a living off others’ criminal activities. It’s a busy job and I really wish I could retire, so I can become a full-time afternoon tea connoisseur instead. :j

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