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Do you ever know Tibetan tea？
You haven’t gotten the best of Tibet if you haven’t tried “Po cha”—the Tibetan Butter Tea! Po cha, of course, has an exquisite taste that is typically Tibetan. It leaves a tingling salty sensation on your taste buds. It is also rather not sweet. It carries a flavor that you may not be familiar with.
If you are new in Tibet, you may have tasted this tea, especially, during cold days! Tibetans love to serve this tea to their guests. At first, you may readily dismiss its taste, but as days drag on, you'll get the hang of its taste and make you hanker for it.
You'll get served with this tea if you visit some houses of your Tibetan friends. You'll also get served with this tea if you visit some Tibetan communities in Nepal or India. You may consider it as a light soup that you can associate with warmth on a very cold day. And it can give you energy and enough zest to brave the cold weather of Tibet.
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