Milky Black Tea


A creamy rich, almost buttery black tea. Read the description below to learn more about this black tea.



Milky Black Tea

Milky Black Tea is creamy goodness in a cup. We tasted some of this tea this past fall and thought it added another dimension to our tea offering. If you’re familiar with Milk Oolong, then you know what we mean by “milky”. It means creamy and rich, and almost buttery. It doesn’t mean there is milk in the tea, rather, the taste carries some of the attributes that milk has.

Try this scrumptious tea out for yourself and see if you taste the smooth, rich notes we associate with milk. This black tea comes from Fu’an, Fujian.

Chinese black tea, flavor.



  1. Siene Allen (verified owner)

    This is one of my favorite black teas, especially for someone who tries to avoid dairy but misses the “milky” flavor of a creamy cup. Also delicious when combined with the chai mix. So happy you carry this one!

    • Heather Kreilick

      Hi Sienne, thank you for sharing! We haven’t carried Milky Black very long and telling us what you like about it really helps! LMTC

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