The intriguingly named brew is so called because it's prepared by repeatedly straining the drink through long, brown filters that look like pantyhose. Making the tea, a traditional and elaborate process, is revered almost as a work of art in this former British colony.
Pantyhose tea is regarded as the smoothest, silkiest version of Hong Kong's favorite drink -- creamy milk tea, which is made with evaporated milk and a heavy dose of tea leaves. It's nothing like watered-down English tea.
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