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exactly, anon is probably just confused about engrishy wording. a popular chain near me uses what they call "milk powder" but when you read the ingredients, it's just creamer. i used to work at a local korean style milk tea place and we used coffee mate pump creamer too. most asians are lactose intolerant so of course they won't be using real milk. like someone else said, fresh milk, or milk foam/cheese teas are real milk/milk products but average "milk tea" is just flavored like milk.

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