As I wrote before butter tea is one of those drinks that warms you in witer and gives you energy. It is wide spreaded among all asian nomad tribes and in Tibet, China and Korea.
Traditionaly it is salty. But you can add honey or sugar instead of salt because you probably need to get used to its taste first.
Basically it is the same receipt that I’ve mentioned here. I made it for my husband who got a little sick. Butter tea is a good cold treatment.
I used real Buryat’s pressed tea bought near the Lake Baikal. It supposed to be boiled for a few hours. No need to do that with regular black or green tea.
1. Put some tea into a pot and cover with hot water. Bring to the boil.
Add some milk, bring mixture to the boil and add a large piece of of butter. Cow milk from our cows and butter is also churned here on Russian Farm.
Now its up to you either to make it salty or add honey (sugar). Salt fits better to butter taste.
Thats it! High calorie nourishment is ready!