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FYI, "Pink Milk" Exists and It Looks Too Pretty to Drink

So it's like Thai milk tea, but PINK.
FYI, "Pink Milk" Exists and It Looks Too Pretty to Drink
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So it's like Thai milk tea, but PINK.

If you're a fan of Thai milk tea, another drink you should know about is the pink milk, which locals call nom yen or nom chompuu. This famous refreshing drink from Thailand is commonly made with a sala syrup and milkit's refreshing, sweet, milky, and has a pleasant smell. If you're curious to know what this sala syrup-and-milk combination tastes like, Bangkok Tea Station - Manila offers bottled Pink Milk!

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Bangkok Tea Station offers Pink Milk for P85, and they also have the classic Thai Milk Tea and Thai Matcha sold at the same price. For an additional P10, you can add chewy pearls for sinkers. But if you want a healthier drink, opt for the chia seeds for an additional P20.

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Bangkok Tea Station's drinks are naturally creamy and sweet. For those keeping an eye on their sugar intake, you can customize the sugar level. They even take personalization to the next level just by adding your name on the bottle, written in Thai characters.

To place an order, send a message one day in advance to Bangkok Tea Station Manila on Instagram. The daily cut-off for orders is at 8:00 p.m. Payments can be made via BPI, GCash, or PayMaya, and the customer shoulders the delivery fee.

 

*This story originally appeared on Yummy.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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