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Milo Is Not Tea, Stop Confusing Yourself And Others; These Are The Difference Between Both Beverages

In Ghana, It is an undisputed fact that Milo is seen as Tea. And no one within this territory can come out and defend that in Ghana our Tea is not Milo.

This is so because almost in every home, from the poor home to the rich home, everyone calls Milo, Tea. This is something even a day born baby knows, so it is truly a fact. But is Milo truly Tea? Let's find out.

Tea plant( Camelia Sinensis)

1) Tea is a type of beverage that is commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured or fresh leaves of the Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub. Tea is mostly grown or seen in East Asia.

Whiles Milo is a malted chocolate powder mixed with hot water or milk or milk with hot water to produce a beverage.

2) Tea is made up of dry leaves called Camellia Sinensis and Milo is derived from Cocoa beans. Cocoa beans are refined into chocolate powder and it is then packaged.

3) Examples of Tea are Green tea, black tea, white tea, yellow tea and others, but in Ghana we normally use Lipton tea and the likes. Milo on the other hand can be seen in Ghana as Nestle Milo and other brands.

4) Tea is mostly packaged into tea leafs and tea bags, whiles Milo is normally packed in tins sachets, mostly in green tins and green sachets.

The above explanations and examples clearly reveal that Milo is not Tea and Tea is not Milo, but both are beverages. Ghanaians should see Milo as Milo and Tea as Tea and not the other way round.

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