In Poland we call this type of drink "Bawarka" - the Bavarian.
In the US, we call it British tea.
In German it would be Bayerin.
The voice sound bite says "Tea", but ive only ever heard it pronounced "tay" in Deutschland.
Can't you translate this into "tea is with milk"?
Is this actually a drink in Germany? Or is this just a Duolingo oddity made to test our translation and grammar skills?
Es ist ein real Getränk in India.
I didn't even think this combination existed