This is a recognisable mild, but TicketyBrew have used amber malt for a biscuit taste, without the bitterness biscuit malt can bring.
They have then added lactose for a milk flavour, then literally made a big pot of tea and thrown it in!
When using tea you need to avoid steeping the teabags either in a slurry to use in the beer, or by way of "dry hopping" otherwise you'll get a lot of tannins in the beer.
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