Back when people could still go out, getting your brown sugar milk tea fix would be the highlight of every milk tea lover's day. Select milk tea stores have resumed operations for takeout and delivery orders, but we'd rather stay home as much as possible if we don't have any important business to attend to in the outside world.

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Good news for the #TeamBahay, though: A Facebook user, Bethel Anne Dizon Nacpil, shared her own brown sugar milk tea recipe and it is super easy to make!

The ingredients she used are: one tea bag, coffee creamer, sugar, and tapioca pearls (which are optional, but you can also use coffee jelly or nata de coco!). 

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To start, soak the tea bag in hot water for three to five minutes (the user suggests adding another tea bag if you want the tea to taste more prominently).

Add in four spoonfuls of creamer and one spoonful of sugar, stir until they melt together.

To make the brown sugar syrup, pour one cup of brown sugar and one cup of water in a pan under low to medium heat. Mix until it reaches a syrupy texture.

Once you're done, spread some brown sugar syrup inside your drinking glass using a spoon, add in your milk tea, and voila! 

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You can read her more detailed recipe here:

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