what alternative milks taste alright in black tea?

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probably none
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I dunno, I put honey in mine
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Soya is fine; avoid almond at all costs.
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Oat & Hemp is a nice combo but a bit steep. Plain oat milk is a bit worse.

Coconut 'drink' (from tesco, it's different to coconut milk) tastes okay, but separates easily so doesn't look too appealing.
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A question for black tea maybe?
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(Original post by TriplexA)
A question for black tea maybe?
Haha thanks. I drink my tea black though
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No idea as I dont drink tea but:
https://veganuary.com/plant-milk-tea/
may be helpful
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Personally, I think oat milk is the closest to regular milk when used in hot drinks or cereal.
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Oat milk is the most delicious I believe and the most natural although I can still taste the oaty flavour.
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'Barista style' soy or oat milk :drool:
With alternative milks, I find them to be an acquired taste. At some point you start to like them more than dairy, and they will taste 'more normal'.
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This doesn't answer your question as such, but I'd recommend trying Russian Caravan tea (Twining's sell it) as it's a type of black tea that doesn't require milk but isn't harsh or bitter like regular black tea without milk.
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