My Top 5 Yue Drinks

Cantonese Milk Tea

The Cantonese milk tea is different from the Taiwanese milk tea as the Cantonese milk tea comes with more of a tea flavor and the Taiwanese milk tea being more creamy and milky. The Cantonese milk tea was developed under the influence of British colonizing Hong Kong.




Snacks that most kids that grew up in Yue countries will remember

Kowloon Dairy’s Mochi Ice – Under the influence of Japanese Culture, Hong Kongers came up with their own style of mochi ice cream.







Yue Desserts

No one hates dessert. However, Yue desserts are different from western desserts. While western most desserts are sweets, such as: cakes, donuts, ice cream, etc., Yue desserts vary from Gao Dian and Hot and Cold Desserts. However, the most common dessert after a meal is Tong Sui. It is translated as “sugar water”. It is basically a sweet soup or custard that is served after dinner. The most popular Tong Suis that are being served are the red bean soup, sai mai lo, sweet potato soup, etc. (more…)