CHATIME Drink Black tea latte - Black Tea Latte

Black Tea Latte

  • Cuisine: Chinese, Taiwanese
  • Flavours: Sweet
  • Level: Beginner

This very popular drink is made with a base of Taiwanese puyu black tea. The black tea is hand-shaken through sugar and ice and then layered with fresh milk. It is creamy and refreshing.

Taiwanese Cuisine

Introducing the melting pot of flavours, textures and cuisines of Taiwan

The culinary philosophy in Taiwan is to eat often and eat well. In the capital, Taipei, there are about 20 long streets dedicated to just food. Due to its geographic location – just a few hundred kilometres from the Chinese coast – Taiwanese food has a mash-up of different cuisines from mid to southern provinces of China, but most notably from the Min Nan, Teochew and Hokkien Chinese communities.

Japanese food influence also exists from the 50 year period when Taiwan was under Japanese rule, and many Japanese cooking techniques are used. Pork, seafood, chicken, rice, and soy are very common ingredients. Beef is far less common, and some Taiwanese still refrain from eating it.

Taiwan also produces a huge variety of vegetables and tropical fruits. Living on a crowded mountainous island, the Taiwanese had to look away from farms for sources of protein, and as a result, seafood is prominently used and is plentiful and very fresh.

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In many of their dishes, the Taiwanese have shown their creativity in their selection of spices and rely on an abundant array of seasonings for flavour. Along with flavour, Taiwanese people love texture. They especially crave the “QQ” food texture, which is a phrase that refers to something that is especially chewy, like tapioca balls in bubble tea.

Restaurant

Bubble tea haven, Chatime, has been producing its signature iced tea drinks for more than 12 years.

Chatime

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