Caramel Milk Tea Recipe using Morinaga Milk Caramel

The other day, I wrote about the Japanese soft candy Morinaga Milk Caramel that has long been loved in Japan. And today I bought it at a grocery store near my house for a certain purpose.

Morinaga Milk Caramel

Actually, the reason why I picked up this Morinaga Milk Caramel today is that this time I wanted to try making caramel milk tea with this soft candy.

Morinaga Milk Caramel 3

So for the caramel milk tea recipe, together with the classic caramel treat, I purchased a 200 ml pack of milk and tea bags of black tea.

Easy & Delicious Caramel Milk Tea Recipe using Morinaga Milk Caramel

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Morinaga Milk Caramel is mild and packed with plenty of rich caramel flavor, so the Japanese soft candy is very suitable as the main ingredient for caramel milk tea.

In fact, on the official website of Morinaga Seika, you can find a caramel milk tea recipe using its Milk Caramel.

Making Instructions

Morinaga Milk Caramel 4

Just now, I actually made the caramel milk tea following the instructions, so today for those of you who are interested in the recipe, let me share the making process with videos.

First, here is what you need to prepare for one serving.

Ingredient Quantity
Morinaga Milk Caramel 4 pieces
Milk 200 ml
Black tea bag 1 bag

And the making instructions are as follows.

1. Put 4 pieces of Morinaga Milk Caramel and a teabag of black tea together in a small pot, and pour milk

2. Extract black tea from the teabag by heating the pot over low heat and dissolve the caramel candies in the milk well

3. Enjoy the caramel milk tea!


Caramel Milk Tea made using Morinaga Milk Caramel

The caramel milk tea is so mild, super-rich in taste, and very delicious. I highly recommend this recipe, which is absolutely worth a try if you love caramel sweets. Also, I think this caramel tea can be a great treat for kids.


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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