Dreamed up by three boba-drinking friends in Queens, Tea and Milk is a monument to tea and those who love it, exploding the ritual into a full-blown tapestry of flavor and imagination, redefining the art itself by perfecting it.
All ingredients are sourced locally whenever possible - not just the teas themselves, but also the milks and ingredients for the small-batch syrups, giving back to the community that helped support the project from inception. Decidedly non-traditional twists on traditional offerings like taro and chai dominate the menu; tradition filtered through youthful imaginations and flavored by genuine passion. You can feel the love that went into all of Tea and Milk's design, and it's a love that's infectious to everyone savvy enough to visit. Tea and Milk isn't just an innovation of a classic - it feels like the start of something brand new. If they get their way, coffee's days as the dominant drinkable ritual might be numbered.