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a portable guide to teh leonard_ho 2009-12-06 09:29 am UTC suffixes •‘bing’: just ice added. Usually more expensive as a greater volume of beverage is sold; teh bing, teh-c bing, teh-o bing •‘siew dai’: less sweet. for teh, less condensed milk is used, for teh-c and teh-o, less sugar is added. •‘gah dai’: sweeter. for teh, more condensed milk is used, for teh-c and teh-o, more sugar is added. •‘kosong’: no sugar added. only applicable for teh-c and teh-o. •‘kau’ / 厚 : a more concentrated brew. basically less hot water to dilute it and more concentrated tea. •‘po’ / 薄 : a more mellow brew. essentially diluted with more hot water. •‘ti lo’: in my camp it’s a brew with not diluted with any hot water at all. usually applicable only to teh-o •‘bao’: to make it a take-away. usually more expensive as well.

for tea •‘teh’: the concentrated tea, diluted with hot water, with condensed milk. •‘teh-c’: the concentrated tea, diluted with hot water, with evaporated milk and sugar (since evaporated milk isn’t sweet) •‘teh-o’: just the concentrated tea, diluted with hot water, with sugar

others milo: milo + hot water + condensed milk. standard one lah hor. ‘gu ni zhui’ / 牛奶水: condensed milk + hot water. i only take it when i’m sick and want to have something not as heaty. *so if you wanna mix and match it real good you can go: uncle, teh-c bing xiu dai kau bao * everything is the same for kopi.

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