Hong Kong Tea with Coffee or Yuangyang is also known as “pantyhose tea” or “silk stocking tea” because it is often brewed in a large tea sock that resembles pantyhose. It is a smooth, comforting concoction that is sweet and somehow manages to marry both coffee and tea into a riveting elixir. It’s most often served over ice, like an iced coffee but I prefer it warm. If you prefer, you can make this exclusively with condensed milk (sweeter) or evaporated milk (less sweet). If you like tea lattes or chai, you will adore this tonic.
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