Have you seen or tasted this drink before? On the top, it looks like yogurt, and on the bottom regular old milk tea. Let’s ask a local what on earth this strange-looking drink is.
Read more below to find why it’s called cheese tea in Chinese!
Chinese cheese tea
Is it salty/savory?
huì xián ma
They use rose salt in the ‘whipped cream’, so it’s super savory and very salty. Want to see my face squirm when I try it?
Watch the video above to the end.
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