We actually tried "Kocha no Mononne 2: Milkshake Tea as if you were having lunch in the South of France" from MLESNA TEA, a black tea brand that boasts of its high quality even in Sri Lanka, a major tea producing country. The tea is priced at 777 yen (tax included) and comes in 11 2.5g (0.18oz) x 11 teabags.
The vanilla flavor is blended with a hint of yogurt and maple to match the milkshake tea. Straight tea has a very gentle "taste" and is said to be soothing.
The box has a familiar quote and instructions for making milkshake tea.
1 mesh tea bag (or two) in a cup. Use soft water, such as natural water, if possible.
2 Fill the cup halfway with water that has been boiled to 100 degrees Celsius to make it thicker.
3 If possible, sweeten with sugar cane sugar.
4 Add milk until the desired milk tea color is reached.
5 Then you have a very tasty milkshake tea, just like the milkshakes of old.
TastingThe aroma of yogurt that reaches you! The mildness of milk and the aroma of black tea combine to create a sweet milkshake-like flavor. The tea itself has a sweet aroma, so you can enjoy a sweet shake without adding sugar. Of course, it is also delicious straight.
You can enjoy the mellow taste of "Kocha no Mono Negai 2: Milk Shake Tea as if you were having lunch in the South of France. Also check out the Kocha no mono yo! 1 Lève Istoire Yume Monogatari Fruit Flower Tea, also in the Kichijoji limited edition box.