The most common and popular Indonesian drinks and beverages are teh (tea) and kopi (coffee). Indonesian common household usually serve teh manis (sweet tea) or kopi tubruk (coffee mixed with sugar and hot water straight in the glass without separating coffee residue) for guests. Since colonial era of Netherlands Indies, plantations especially in Java were the major producers of coffee, tea and sugar. Since then the hot and sweet coffee or tea beverages are adored by the Indonesians. The jasmine black tea is the most popular tea variant in Indonesia, however a recent health awareness promotion has made green tea a popular choice. Usually coffee and tea were served hot, but cold iced sweet tea is also favored. Teh botol is an Indonesian popular bottled sweet jasmine tea, locally competing with international soda bottled beverages such as coca cola and fanta. Kopi susu (coffee with sweetened condensed milk) is an Indonesian version of Café au lait.