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U-Yo Milk Tea

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  • “I had a bottle of this once before but didn't get around to writing a note for it then. This is the "original flavor" milk tea, that is, basically unflavored. I remembered that the last time I was...” Read full tasting note
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From Wahaha

The main raw material for U-Yo Milk Flavor Tea Drink is famous black tea called “Dianhong” and “Qimen”, and after extraction and concoction, it can offer you full-bodied tea scent with great milk flavor. The aseptic filling technology can keep the nutrition from milk and health from black tea.

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1851 tasting notes

I had a bottle of this once before but didn’t get around to writing a note for it then. This is the “original flavor” milk tea, that is, basically unflavored. I remembered that the last time I was in China on a trip (2004), almost all of our bottled water was from this company, Wahaha, and it said that on the bottle in letters (not just Chinese characters). I will always remember one of our Chinese colleagues one time saying “Wahaha… the sound of children laughing.” Oh, Wahaha, you take me back.

Anyway, I enjoy this milk tea a lot. Not quite as much as the taro but not much beats taro. Actually there is a flavor to this that is similar to the taro (not surprising, since that one should have the same base as this), but I had thought that it was not just black tea, milk and sugar. Either the milk is slightly flavored with something else or the black tea is really tasty. I will never know! Oh well, I can definitely say I will miss this when I leave China. But it’s probably good, because I would probably gain 500lbs drinking this sugary rich drink all the time. :D


I don’t know about ‘children’ laughing – the name sounds more like an evil supervillan laughing over his plans for world domination. ;D

I’ve never actually had authentic milk tea – what all is supposed to be in it?


You know I don’t really know exactly, but it’s definitely very sweet, so perhaps something like sweetened condensed milk mixed with a black tea.


Wahaha happy baby drink!!! That is some good stuff. As you say, both sad and glad it’s not available here.

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