British Tea With Milk Pasteurized Milk Tastes British
This painting depicts a scene of selling milk early in the morning in England in the 19th century .
I didn't drink the raw milk as it was, but some of the milk sellers brought along the cows and milked the milk on the spot.
Freshly squeezed was drunk straight, but usually boiled.
It was only in the 20th century that pasteurized milk became available.
Sterilization at 63-65 degrees C for 30 minutes. The flavor of the milk is not spoiled, and the sharpness is refreshing.
Therefore, dairy foods such as cream, butter, and cheese and milk tea using this milk (tea with milk) are very compatible and make the food taste delicious. . . . . . .
From today to December, Dimbula is full of new apple waffles in the morning. My room smells good too. . .
For this, we definitely recommend milk tea with pasteurized milk from Tomo Dairy Farm in Gunma Prefecture.
It's a deliciousness that definitely won't lose to England. ,,,
Why you ask?
The tea is fresh, the apple jam is the best, and the rest is all smiles.
Please spend the weekend warmly so as not to catch a cold. . . . . . . . .