How many times a week do you buy yourself your usual dose of milk tea and sinkers? While these drinks can satisfy your sweet cravings (remember to ease up on the sugar, ladies), you may want to try an alternative--a stronger mix of tea and milk, this time, in a warm cup.
If you're a regular customer of your neighborhood Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf then you may already be familiar with these offerings, but just in case you have yet to explore their menu, you may want to try their tea lattes. Depending on your mood and your taste buds, here are several you may want to try:
Moroccan Mint Tea Latte
This writer's personal go-to tea latte, Morrocan Mint's mix of green tea and Dutch chocolate powder will almost remind you of a popular children's choco drink from the '80s, if not for the touch of peppermint.
Matcha Tea Latte
This ultra-creamy blend of matcha and steamed milk will definitely give you cozy vibes at the end of a long day.
English Breakfast Tea Latte
Black tea with steamed milk is a clean classic. Add a touch of French Deluxe vanilla powder, and you've got a tea latte that's just the right amount of bitter and sweet.
Chai Tea Latte
Similar to the English Breakfast, Chai Tea Latte also has French Deluxe vanilla powder; however, it offers a bit of a kick from a hint of cinnamon.
Double Vanilla Tea Latte
Simple and basic: aside from steamed milk, this drink uses Vanila Ceylon Tea and Frech Deluxe vanilla powder.
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf also offers fruity tea lattes, including:
African Sunrise Tea Latte
It's a mix of creamy vanilla and zesty orange peel.
Tropical Passion Tea Latte
This interesting offering is a combination of black tea and an array of summer-y flavors such as guava, passion fruit, malva, and marrigold flowers. Don't forget the vanilla powder!
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Tea Lattes are available in all outlets. For more information, follow them on Facebook.