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Nai Cha

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The quintessential beverage when visiting Hong Kong, basically, had one with every meal, from breakfast to dinner. Essentially, It’s just milk and tea, but, somehow, unable to capture the exact taste when making it at home. Beyond the numerous stands across Southeast Asia that sell bubble tea, there is something special about the basic milk tea that every establishment in Hong Kong offers.

When stopping by casinos in Las Vegas or Atlantic City, waitresses walk around the floor offering complimentary drinks. Step into a casino in Macau, they have waitresses pushing huge carts around offering complimentary milk tea.

It’s quite the staple.

Nai Cha

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Written by Paulo Loreto

December 20, 2014 at 7:43 AM

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