Police in Guangxi seize 2 kilos of new 'milk tea' drug

By James Griffiths, April 22, 2014

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Anti-narcotics police in Nanning, Guangxi province have seized more than 2,000 grams (70 oz) of a new drug nicknamed 'milk tea'. 

Like its instant namesake, 'milk tea' comes in powdered form and has a light sweet smell. It is water-soluble and tasteless, and creates a long-lasting euphoric effect. It sounds great. 

The drugs were seized from a car at a highway tollbooth, two drug dealers were also detained. 

Police have warned people, "particularly teens", to stay away from the drug and stick to regular tea. 

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