India produces and consumes more tea than any other country in the world. If you have the chance to visit amazing India, visit the Tea Museum in Munnar. Here you will get to know the traditional tea production.
In Japan tea is an important part of the food culture. Even though the diversity of tea here is quite big. For those who want to experience the real tea experience, take a flight to Tokyo and don´t miss the chance to visit one of the popular tearooms.
It is almost impossible to spend 24 hours in a Moroccan city and to not be served hot tea. Do you fancy a Moroccan tea? You only need a large quantity of hard sugar, 5 tea spoons for every spoon of fresh tea and of course, mint, the essential ingredient.
Whether cold or warm, in the morning or at night, tea is in 2014 one of the most popular non- alcoholic drinks in the United States. Here it is possible to find green, red and even the oolong tea, the traditional Chinese tea.
If you have the chance to visit London, don’t hesitate to spend an afternoon at the Orangerie, a paradise for classic tea lovers in the heart of chic West London.
There are two things that Russians love most: vodka and tea. If you ever travel to Russia, don’t hesitate to have your tea with a piece of cake, as it is considered quite rude to serve the tea “naked”.
If you want to know Argentine you need to try its meat, its wine and its mate. Yerba mate is the national drink of one of the most amazing countries in South America.
The May 28, 2020 @adagioteas#CommuniTEA is a fandom blend: Babe in the Woods. It’s a low caffeine #whitetea blended with #rooibostea . ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
If you read my reviews often, you’ll know I’m always wary of any blend with red rooibos, but I’m starting to learn that the more it’s blended, the more it’s palatable. Upon opening the bag, I was hit with the refreshing aroma of spearmint and candy canes. The distinct rooibos smell came through just a tad when brewed, but the mints still won over. The flavor is pleasantly sweet with an unusual blend working well with each other. The citrus lemon gives a slight tang and opposed to clashing with the minty bite, the blueberries seem to act as the mediator of these usually conflicting flavors, bringing a soft, fruity note. The teas themselves pair well with the other flavors, all in all creating an unexpectedly good cup of tea.
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This little Taiwanese teapot always feels like he's gonna fall apart in my hands. But, damn, he makes great tea. Because its clay is more porous, it will gradually absorb the flavors of the teas it brews, so most people stick to brewing a single type of tea with these pots. I've chosen to condition this one for white tea, but occasionally a different type of tea will sneak in there. Today it was a delicious gushu shengpu (raw puer) from the remote mountains of southern Yunnan. Gushu - 古樹 - refers to a tea tree that has been alive for at least a century. Leaves from Yunnan really are magical, with an attack that grows in aggression with each infusion, but always concludes with a lingering trace of sweetness. One of the ways tea merchants in Yunnan judge the quality of a good shengpu is how long that sweetness remains, and how rapidly it emerges from the initial punch of bitterness.
Continuing the "terrarium" series~ One of the things that's been helping me during quarantine is tending to my aquarium and trying out new teas. What's been helping you lately?
In other news, the lump in my hand is still there but I'm going to slowly get back into drawing. Hopefully as more things are opened again, I'll be able to go to the hospital and get surgery. In the mean time, new art post will be slow Q_Q