Milky Oolong Tea

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Drinking Pu-erh or Oolong Tea with Milk. Sometimes serious tea connoisseur does not like the concept of drinking tea with milk. However, there is no loss in you knowing that some teas go very well with milk. You may have a new discovery in taste.The idea of adding milk in tea is not only giving the milky flavour, but also to increase the body of tea. The milk is very rich in calcium and it will drastically increases the body. Thanks to the body, the flavour becomes richer and it widely spreads on our plate. It could be the reason why the tea with milk is being loved by many people.

*Health Benifits Of Oolong Tea:
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Tea can also differ in amounts and types of antioxidants. Green tea is high in a class of antioxidants known as catechins. Antioxidants in black tea are theaflavins and thearubigins. Oolong tea falls in the middle, regarding the antioxidant amounts.
Oolong tea and green tea contain similar amounts of caffeine, approximately 10 to 60 milligrams (mg) per 8-ounce cup. For comparison, coffee contains approximately 70 to 130 mg of caffeine per 8-ounce cup.
Unsweetened brewed tea is considered a zero-calorie beverage. It contains no fat, carbohydrates, or protein.