Opinions often differ greatly when it comes to the topic of “tea with milk:” Many convinced tea drinks swear by drinking tea pure, i.e. without adding milk or tea. Others - and by no means not just English - prefer to refine tea, especially black tea, with some milk, even if it likely prevents potentially healthy effects of some active ingredients.
We believe that everyone should drink tea exactly how they prefer it best. With milk, with cream, with sugar or sweetener, with a shot of lemon juice or just pure. Nevertheless, or precisely because of this, in this article we will cover the controversial topic of tea with milk, delve into historical and taste aspects and provide some tips on which varieties of tea are suited to add milk and which are not.