My mum and sister are very interested in tea, and they have both made their own yogic teas.
I love the flavour of a good milk tea, so I decided to make a tea of my own.
I’ve had some trouble making it as the tea has a very strong taste, and it’s a lot easier to make tea that way than to brew it yourself.
If you like making tea with milk, you can use a regular coffee mug.
I used a simple one from a store, but you can buy them online, too.
You can use whatever kind of milk you like, but I found the milk from the milk jug to be the best for this tea.
A good quality, unflavoured, non-pasteurised milk can be a good substitute for the milk you use to make your tea.
A few drops of lemon juice or lime juice will give it a refreshing taste.
It’s also a good idea to add a pinch of sugar, and some spices to the mix.
To make the tea, mix the milk with the milk, lemon juice, lime juice, and sugar in a glass or mug, then stir it well and add the milk.
Let it sit for about 10 minutes, then pour into a mug or tea pot and set it to brew for around five minutes.
After five minutes, you should have a clear, thick, frothy tea that tastes like a milk tea.
The only problem with this tea is that you can’t make it as it won’t brew very hot.
If you have a pressure cooker, you could boil it in the pot for a couple of minutes, but that will result in a sticky mess.
The tea leaves are easy to remove from the pot, but it’s best to leave them on the mug, so they don’t drip or burn.
If the leaves aren’t fully cooked, you’ll need to stir them with a spoon into the tea before you pour it into the mug.
For my first attempt, I let it steep for three hours before serving.
It still had a lovely, froth-y flavour, and I didn’t have to add any extra lemon or lime.
The next morning, I had some tea left, so this was a good choice for me.
It’s easy to make this tea if you’ve got a pressure-cooker, and if you have one of the fancy tea pots that can make milk-based tea.
You can use the pot you bought, or you can just buy a regular cup and use that to make the milk-infusion.