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The Secret Tea Recipe of "Kamcha King" – Demonstration x Tasting x Hands-on learning

The Hong Kong-style milk tea is also known as "silk stocking milk tea". The tea-making process involves setting the ration of different kinds of tea leaves, boiling and infusing the tea, force-pouring the tea, infusion and force-pouring the milk. Although all of them use black tea leaves and mix the tea with milk and sugar, the taste is not always the same by every tea masters' own brewing method.

Want to know how to brew a cup of authentic "Hong Kong-style milk tea"? Or savour a smooth cup of milk tea made by the "Kamcha King" on site? Or want to try force-pouring the tea? The "Kamcha King" is there to give live demonstration and unveiling the secret tea recipe to you.

Date: 24 June (Saturday) & 9 July 2017 (Sunday)

Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm

Venue: Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre (Sam Tung Uk Museum, 2 Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan, N.T.)

Enrolment: First-come-first-served

Fee: Free

Photos of making the Hong Kong-style milk tea

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