Homemade Milk Tea: Lipton Earl Grey Milk Tea with Nata de Coco Sinkers and St. Dalfour Orange Blossom Honey

If you are one of the people who has “milk tea” as your blood type, I have great news for you: You can make Milk Tea at your home!

Having quick summer beverage to quench your thirsts while experiencing more scorching hot temperature to 36 °F as forecast today, is very easy. With just 3 to 5 ingredients, few tricks and tweaks, you can actually make it in just 10 minutes. Plus, this tea is surprisingly cheap if you compare to the prices of your favorite tea house. Probably three folds cheaper than my favorite Macau Imperial's Black Pearl Milk Tea. Its hand crafted by you, with just the right amount of sweetness level, especially for you. 

Put many ice cubes, this is a very refreshing, summer beverage drink of the year 2020!

One option is to make it classic: Just combine steeped or brewed tea, milk, and sugar or honey. I used Lipton's Classic Earl Grey a traditional British flavor tea instantly recognisable by distinctive flavor of bergamot. It’s totally classic, bold and easy.

Another option is to make it something more exotic with infused tropical flavor, which I did on this recipe. A combination of British and Philippine tastes by adding deliciously refreshing twist of sweet Nata de Coco as sinker. Shall I put my own label and trademark into it, I will call this Lakan Diwa Tea, lol!

4 Lipton Classic Earl Grey Tea bags (Ratio: 1 bag to 1 glass of tea)
Nata de Coco (Optional)
2 cups water
200 ml Alaska Evaporada or any Evaporated Milk
4 oz. St. Dalfour Orange Blossom Honey, or sugar, or any sweetener

Bring water to a boil, turn off heat add tea bags and steep until tea is dark, about 5 minutes and let it cool.
In a clean pitcher, add Nata de Coco.
Add lots of ice.
Pour in cold tea, add honey and evaporated milk 
Stir until honey is dissolved. 
Pour in a glass and serve. Happy drinking!