Cheese Tea Is Stirring Up The Iced Beverage Game

Yes, actual cheese is involved.

By Julie R. Thomson

Whipped cream is so 2000. Cheese cream is where it’s at these days.

Whipped cheese is basically whipped cream that has cheese added to the mix, and it’s being served on top of iced tea. The drink started back in 2010 in Taiwanese food stalls and it quickly became a hit in Asia. The concoction is known as cheese tea, and it’s stirring up the beverage world.

Cheese tea is also available stateside in major cities such as Los Angeles and New York City.

The original recipe made in Taiwan called for powdered cheese. But these days many tea companies specializing in this drink, such as Little Fluffy Head Cafe in Los Angeles, use real cheese. Little Fluffy Head put together this video on how they make their cheese tea:

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