U-Yo Milk Tea Jasmine Flavor

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  • “This is the fourth and final flavor of bottled milk tea from Wahaha. I've had it once before but didn't review it then. As far as I can tell this isn't a jasmine green milk tea, but rather a black...” Read full tasting note
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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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2028 tasting notes

This is the fourth and final flavor of bottled milk tea from Wahaha. I’ve had it once before but didn’t review it then. As far as I can tell this isn’t a jasmine green milk tea, but rather a black milk tea with added jasmine flavor.

The jasmine is distinct but not overwhelming here, like most of the other flavors I’ve tried. It even tastes a bit “green” in spite of itself. It’s a kind of fresh jasmine flavor that I’ve encountered a lot in jasmine greens here in China, which is to say it’s slightly different from jasmine greens I’ve had in the States in a way I can’t really describe. It is very tasty, though. I can’t say I’d grab this one over the plain or osmanthus flavors, but I like them all about the same (but not the taro, of course. Taro wins everything).

TeaBrat

I just like saying “wahaha”

Dinosara

So do I!

DaisyChubb

Reminds me of Wario or Waluigi. mmm you have me craving taro over here, even with this review!

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