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Tea bag with milk

Do not open bag and pour boiling water on it.
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A conventional tea bag, but also containing a soluble capsule (like the ones used for liquid washing detergent) which has UHT milk in it.

Alternatively, powdered skim milk.

Does not include sugar or sweetener.

8th of 7, Oct 07 2010

Sweet Tea Bags Sweet_20Tea_20Bags
Prior Art acknowledged. [8th of 7, Oct 07 2010]

same product (but I can't tell if it's individual bags!) http://www.asianfoo...royal-milk-tea-bags
[xandram, Oct 07 2010]

Royal Milk Tea http://www.jbox.com/PRODUCT/MPJ156
Another look. Not tea bags, but pretty much the same stuff. [Boomershine, Oct 07 2010]

Oddington odd. http://www.youtube....v58&feature=related
But not quite as odd as it sounds. [MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 07 2010]

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       you'll be wanting pre-dunked biscuits in there next.
po, Oct 07 2010
  

       Good idea for those who put milk in their tea!+   

       (I'm a tea & honey person myself.)
xandram, Oct 07 2010
  

       Interesting link, [xan]. Doubt it's liquid milk, though.
8th of 7, Oct 07 2010
  

       Dissolving capsules of real milk that must be refrigerated?
Voice, Oct 07 2010
  

       Yuk.
hippo, Oct 07 2010
  

       Disgusting.
pocmloc, Oct 07 2010
  

       Why would you do such a horrible thing?
kaz, Oct 07 2010
  

       [21] If you look close it's a bag of Milk Tea! It doesn't say individual (tea) bags--you know how that Asian advertising is!! (but you might be right!)
xandram, Oct 07 2010
  

       [link] Looks like a powder you mix in water. No bags, but same drink?
Boomershine, Oct 07 2010
  

       Bleurgh!
infidel, Oct 07 2010
  

       I found another link (link) which may help explain. Those crazy Japanese - it's practically like a different culture.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 07 2010
  

       //Those crazy Japanese//   

       I know. They were speaking Chinese!
Boomershine, Oct 07 2010
  

       Those links aren't the same. That being said, milk does have quite a bit of water in it, sooo... The (refridgerated, mind you) shelf life of these things will be limited by that I would imagine.
daseva, Oct 07 2010
  

       Unless the idea mentions UHT milk. Oh... it does...
infidel, Oct 08 2010
  

       Hmm, it seems [Infidel] has learned to read. Obviously a dangerous subversive.
8th of 7, Oct 08 2010
  

       Thanks [Maxwell]- I thought it was a bag of mix and so it is.
(Japanese snack treat?) huh?
xandram, Oct 08 2010
  
      
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