What You’ll Need
1. Heat the Liquid
To get started, you will add the water and coconut milk to the saucepan and begin to heat it over a low flame.
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2. Add Your Black Tea
Add the loose black tea to the mix, and stir it with a whisk.
3. Add the Cinnamon Stick and Sugar
Add the cinnamon stick to the mix quickly after the tea, so there is plenty of time to inject flavor into the brew, and continue to stir frequently. You will also add in the sugar.
4. Heat to a Boil
Continue to stir while heating over a low flame until the mixture begins to boil.
5. Remove from Heat
Once the mixture begins to boil, you can remove it from the heat source. It should be the color of tea.
6. Remove from Heat
Carefully pour the mixture through a tea strainer into two coffee cups. Give one to someone you care about, and share a refreshing beverage that’s a step up from what you are used to if you only drink regular tea with cream.
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The Coconut Milk Tea Alternatives
Several brands of coconut milk are available, and many might have unique properties that can improve your beverage. We recommend trying several to find out what you like best. Some people don’t want to go through the trouble of straining the tea at the end. Instead, you can use a regular teabag that keeps the tea leaves contained, though many will argue that the flavor can suffer slightly.
Coconut milk tea is an easy-to-make beverage that tastes great and doesn’t require many ingredients. You can make it in the same time as traditional tea but enjoy it more because the coconut milk and cinnamon perfectly accent the black tea.
Making coconut milk tea at home is not difficult, and you can make two servings in just a few minutes. There are plenty of coconut milk and black tea brands available at every grocery store, so you can customize your drink to your liking. You can also add or reduce sugar to taste.
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