U-Yo Milk Tea Osmanthus Flavor

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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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Ok Steepsterites, I finally made a trip yesterday to the Maliandao tea street! I wrote up a very long report over in my “Beijing Tea Travel” post on the discussion boards.

So why am I not drinking one of my new teas or at least using one of my new teawares? Well, I spent all day outside today and I am sunburned and I wanted a cold tea. So I grabbed this one out of my fridge. I bought this one recently because I do love floral things even though I’ve never really been head over heals for osmanthus. I find it to be a pretty subtle floral. That is the case with this tea, as well, which tastes mostly like the original flavor but then there is a light floral note. It’s rather pleasant, actually, though if I’m not paying attention I could almost miss it. But I often find that that’s osmanthus for you! At least it is for me.


Osmanthus is very hit or miss for me as well! so far the only one I like is from Ten Rens. Ahhh, so exciting that you went tea shopping!!

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