Tea in Swedish Ingredients 1/2 tsp (2 g) of green or black tea 1 cup (200 ml) milk 2 tbsp sugar Photo Photo added on Wed, 05/28/2014 - 08:44 Photo author xevi Method Tea pour hot sweetened milk. Brewed for 10 minutes and serve. Containers Drinks Tea Swedish cuisine Difficulty Very easy Tested 2users Author vg Sunday, December 1, 2002 - 00:00 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.