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Mar 20, 2019

Tea x Coffee...? Yes!

Yes, this is finally being introduced in Japan. People always look at me like I am crazy when I tell them that my favourite drink in the morning is a cup of yin-yong, then they look at me as if I am a freak when I explain that yin-yong is a drink from Hong Kong that is basically half milk-tea and half coffee.


Tea x Coffee...? Yes!  photo


So yes, you are basically mixing coffee and tea, and the result is not as strange as you might have it in your head. It is just another milky sweet drink that tastes like coffee but leaves you with the aftertaste of tea. If you want to give that combination a try, I will tell you that the Wonda tea coffee is more on the mild side so it wouldn't flip you upsidedown. As a fan of yin-yong, I am just so glad to see this in Japan even as a temporary fade.

Jackson

Jackson

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4 Comments

  • ReishiiTravels

    on Mar 20

    First time I have heard of this! Gonna go try it now!!

  • JTsuzuki

    on Mar 21

    The way you describe it, this doesn't sound too bad. I might check it out.

  • Jackson

    on Mar 22

    @ReishiiTravels Great! There are coffee x green tea variations too, but this original resembles the Hong Kong drink the most :)

  • Jackson

    on Mar 22

    @JTsuzuki I've been drinking this for decades, so I'd be very glad if you would give it a try even if it turns out to not be your cup of tea... x coffee. lol