Milk Oolong tea- It’s benefits and brewing process

What is milk oolong tea

According to a research-based on Taiwanese tea, oolong tea is one of the teas with the most benefits. On the other hand, it is also one of the rarely consumed teas, with only 2% of worldwide tea consumption. This is due to the limited production of oolong and the fact that fewer people know much about this tea. In fact, many still believe that oolong tea can only be consumed with water, and not milk.

However, we’re here to tell you otherwise. Oolong tea can be consumed mixed with a dash of milk and holds many benefits as well. From weight loss to skin rejuvenation, milk oolong tea is a South Asian delicacy that is milky, with a creamy taste and the right zing of caffeine.

What is milk oolong tea?

Popularly known as Taiwanese tea, oolong tea is found easily in Taiwan and Thailand. Taiwanese oolongs are known to be naturally milky in texture and flavor with hints of cream and fruits.

They are grown on high elevations and are names and classified on the basis of their mountain of origin. Their aromas become more concentrated and their taste amplifies, which is a rare quality of oolong tea. These teas are not made with milk or any other form of dairy, making them an excellent option for people looking for a dairy-free product.

  Benefits of Milk Oolong Tea

Here are a few Benefits of Milk Oolong Tea

Nutrition in Milk Oolong tea – There are trace amounts of vital vitamins and minerals in this tea such as calcium, manganese, copper, potassium, and magnesium. It also contains caffeine higher than green tea but lower than black tea.

Aids in Preventing Diabetes – A herbal brew enriched with antioxidants, oolong tea helps in managing blood sugar levels while also regulating the amount of blood sugar and insulin in your bloodstream.

Helps in weight management – Milk oolong is extremely rich in polyphenols, therefore it is beneficial for those working on managing their body weight. It helps in controlling increasing fat and obesity. All the polyphenols and antioxidants are known to activate several enzymes in the body which can help utilise your stored fat as energy, especially while working out.

Helps in Skincare – It is believed that drinking about 3 cups of milk oolong tea throughout your day can make your skin glow from within. It makes your skin smoother, healthier and helps drain out all the toxins, which may build up and lead to acne and other skin problems.

Helps Reduce Free Radicals in the Body – Oolong tea contains a polyphenol compound that works as an antioxidant and therefore contributes to the draining out of free radicals from the body. Removal of free radicals helps detoxify various internal organs and can contribute to the prevention of several diseases in the future.

Boosts Your Metabolism–  The antioxidants in oolong tea are essential for weight management. They accomplish this by boosting your body’s metabolism and keeping it from slowing down.

Prevents Decay of Teeth – Milk oolong tea has a rare benefit of preventing tooth decay. There are traces of fluoride in oolong tea which can help prevent decay of teeth and other dental issues if consumed frequently.

Improves Mental Alertness – Drinking Milk Oolong tea helps to release stress and anxiety while also improving your thinking capability. It contains caffeine which systematically provides mental alertness.

How to Brew Milk Oolong Tea


  • 1/4 cup almond milk
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract or 1/2 a vanilla bean, scraped
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp. honey
  • 2 tsp of oolong tea


Making a good cup of oolong milk tea is pretty easy.

  • Place oolong tea leaves into a teapot at a water temperature of 195 degrees and steep for 2-3 minutes (or to the specific teas instructions).
  • Add all ingredients to the blender.
  • Blend for 30 seconds and pour over ice. Enjoy several times a day

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