TehTarik is a Singaporean tea. Teh Tarik literally means "pulled tea" It refers to steaming hot, sweet, milky tea being poured between two steel mugs held far apart, one above the skilled tea-maker’s shoulder height, one below waist level. Poured over such a great distance, the tea looks as if it’s being ‘pulled’ between the mugs , hence it is called "pulled tea"

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