137. Serbat Milk Tea. Sharbat (Persian: شربت; also transliterated as shorbot, şerbet or sherbet pronounced [ʃərbət̪]) is an Iranian drink also popular in Turkey, South Asia, Caucasus and the Balkans. It is prepared from fruits or flower petals. It is a sweet cordial, and usually served chilled.
The most common and popular Indonesian drinks and beverages are teh and kopi (). Indonesian households commonly serve teh manis (sweet tea) or kopi tubruk (coffee mixed with sugar and hot water and poured straight in the glass without separating out the coffee residue) to guests. Fruit juices (jus) are very popular, and hot sweet beverages can also be found. You can have 137. Serbat Milk Tea using 5 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of 137. Serbat Milk Tea
- You need 1 buah of teh celup (yg wangi melati malah sedeep☺️).
- It’s 1 sachet of skm putih.
- You need 1 sdt of gula pasir (sesuai selera).
- You need 250 ml of air panas.
- You need of Toping sesukanya: saya pake susu Milo bubuk.
Both come from the tea plant (camellia sinensis), but with matcha, the entire leaf is consumed. It has traditionally been consumed as part of Japanese tea ceremonies for centuries, but has become more widely known and popular in recent years and is now enjoyed around the. Chai is in many languages the word for tea and is believed to be derived from the Cantonese 'Cha' (for example Persian, Hindi, Korean, Russian, Mandarin, and Swahili). In the western world Chai tea is mostly referred to as a full flavor, spiced Indian black tea served with boiling whole milk and sugar for a unique infusion.
137. Serbat Milk Tea step by step
- Masukkan teh celup ke air panas, tunggu sampai warna berubah, masukkan gula dan skm. Aduk rata. Bekukan di freezer.
- Setelah beku kemudian blender/kerok pake sendok. Taruh di gelas, taburi toping sesukanya. Aah segeer…berasa kayak minum di cafe 😊😊.
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