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|Alternative names||Shai haleeb, shai Adeni, shai mulaban, haleeb shai|
|Place of origin||Yemen|
|Region or state||Southern Yemen, throughout Somalia|
|Main ingredients||Black tea, condensed or evaporated milk, sugar, cardamom pods, cloves|
Shahi haleeb, shai haleeb, shai Adeni, or shai mulaban, is a Yemeni milk tea. It is made from black tea brewed with condensed or evaporated milk. Sugar, cardamom pods, and cloves are usually added to the tea. This tea has a very sweet taste and is popular in Southern Yemen and throughout Somalia. It is called caano iyo shax (tee with milk) in Somali.
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