Tea with milk

When it comes to the topic of tea with milk, opinion is often very much divided: Many tea enthusiasts drink their tea straight and would never dream of adding milk or cream. Others – and by no means just the Brits – prefer to refine black tea with a little milk, even though this might neutralise any potential health effects of specific substances.

We think everyone should drink tea however they like it. With milk, cream, sugar or sweetener, a dash of lemon juice or simply straight. Nevertheless, or precisely for that reason, we address the controversial topic of tea with milk in this article, refer to its history and taste and give a few tips on which types of tea are suitable and which aren’t.

Tea Passion tea mug
Tea Passion tea mug
Tea Passion tea mug
Tea Passion teapot
Tea Passion teapot
Tea Passion teapot
Tea Passion teapot warmer
Tea Passion teapot warmer
Tea Passion teapot warmer
Tea Passion sugar bowl and milk jug
Tea Passion sugar bowl and milk jug
Tea Passion sugar bowl and milk jug
Tea Passion sugar bowl and milk jug
Tea Passion sugar bowl and milk jug
Tea Passion sugar bowl and milk jug
Tea Passion jar
Tea Passion jar
Tea Passion jar
Tea Passion tea set
Tea Passion tea set
Tea Passion tea set
Tea Passion tea mug
Tea Passion tea mug
Tea Passion tea mug
Tea Passion tea cup & saucer
Tea Passion tea cup & saucer
Tea Passion tea cup & saucer