What The Heck Is Cheese Tea?

 

Some people are now drinking cheese tea. Registered dietitian Erin Palinsky-Wade says it's simply "tea topped with cheese." The trend first began in Taiwan and China, and the cheese can be put on both hot or iced tea. Palinsky-Wade says, "It's usually made of cream cheese blended with condensed milk to create a frothy topping that tastes either sweet or salty, depending on how it's prepared." Menus typically pair the stuff with green, earl grey, black or matcha teas. Recently the topping has started making its way to the U.S. Would you try it?

(Women's Health

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