Tea in Swedish Ingredients 1/2 tsp (2 g) of green or black tea 1 cup (200 ml) milk 2 tbsp sugar Photo added on 28 May 2014 Photo author xevi Method Tea pour hot sweetened milk. Brewed for 10 minutes and serve. Containers: Drinks Tea Swedish cuisine Difficulty Very easy Tested 2 users Author vg 01 Dec 2002 Comments I only want to add that in restaurants in Sweden call it *tea* (pronounced so). A regular tea now referred to with the word *TEE* (like English tea). drink is nice, but the flavor of tea is barely felt. I expected more to be felt tea, but even so I liked it. Quite mild - no milk, no tea, to me reminded me of the cookie. I'm not sweeten. I Lapsang Souchong, which is very strong black tea with a smoky aroma and me is too strong, I took him to sample and just can not drink it, I think it would be suitable for this recipe. Also Green Gunpowder, which in turn is a strong green tea.