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  • calling all tea lovers.

  • This one's for you.

  • This aromatic drink tends to be more than just a beverage.

  • Along with health benefits, T represents togetherness in countries around the world.

  • Let's take a look at the different types of tea and the many traditions that air paired with it.

  • From the birthplace of Altay comes puer, grown for thousands of years in the Yunnan Province in southwest China, where tea trees are worshiped, this tea is legendary.

  • It's made from the leaves of a tree known as the wild old tree and is fermented anywhere from weeks two decades.

  • This means somewhere can cost a fortune.

  • The tea is typically sold as compressed cakes like fine wine, where is best enjoyed slowly in small sips.

  • Yerba mate is the perfect go to when you're looking for a boost of caffeine, but want to skip the coffee.

  • Traditionally, the beverages prepared in a gourd that is shared among guests.

  • The drink is typically consumed out of a bomb BIA or a metal straw made of silver, copper or stainless steel.

  • Roy Boss is a caffeine free herb that is indigenous to the Cedarburg region of South Africa.

  • It has been harvested and brewed in the mountainous region for hundreds of years.

  • In fact, South Africa is the only country in the world that produces, Roy boasts.

  • Once brewed, the tea is red in color and has a bitter taste similar to your Bramante.

  • It's also known as red tea or red bush tea.

  • Bubble Tea, also known as boba or black pearl tea, is a popular iced tea drink from Taiwan.

  • It was created in the late 19 eighties when milk tea had already been common in Asian countries.

  • Bubble tea combines a base of milk, tea, sweetener and bubbles, which are small balls made from tapioca or fruit jelly.

  • Bubble tea is made by shaking the ice tea based drink with milk to produce a rich, silky texture.

  • The air bubbles created by the vigorous shaking are an essential element of the drink in Morocco at the process of brewing and drinking, tea is a ceremonious tradition that symbolizes friendship, hospitality and a level of comfort with guests.

  • Moroccan mint tea combines a base of green tea with fresh mint leaves and sugar.

  • The tea is poured from a height of 12 inches over the small glass, greeting a foam on the top of the drink, a symbol that the T has been brewed long enough.

  • If there's no foam on the surface of the tea, it's returned to the pot and steeped longer.

  • The ritual of pouring hot tea from a great height is an impressive sign of an experienced host.

  • Ah, London Fog combines earl gray tea, steamed milk and vanilla syrup.

  • It was created in Vancouver after Mary Loria, who was pregnant at the time, requested an alternative to coffee.

  • The drink, also known as a Vancouver fog, now has many different varieties but remains popular, especially on cold, rainy days.

  • This Barry T is called Omega Theta.

  • It's made from dried magnolia Berries.

  • Omega means five flavor Barry, so you can expect this T to be salty, sweet, sour, bitter and pungent.

  • The T has been primarily used for medicinal purposes, such as lowering blood pressure and detoxification because of its vibrant color.

  • Oh, me Gotcha makes a great base for fruit punch.

  • It's typically sweetened with honey or sugar.

  • After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, imported coffee grew in price, and what is now known as Turkey made a cultural shift to drinking more tea.

  • Turkish tea is served in glasses that are distinct to Turkish chai, meant to show off the tees rich mahogany color so drinkers can admire this and also manage the preference for the T strength.

  • Yeah, Chai in Hindi means tea Masala Chai is a spice tea originating from India and combines black tea with aromatic spices like cardamom, cinnamon, ground cloves, ground ginger, black peppercorn milk and sugar.

  • Traditionally, the milk used to make masala chai comes from water buffaloes.

  • The drink has become widely popular and his best enjoyed with snacks.

  • Instead of steeping dried leaves and boiling water, Macha, hailing from Japan, is created by grinding young green tea leaves into a bright green powder.

  • Though much is known for its strong levels of caffeine, the ritual of preparing the beverage is respected as a calming choreographic technique.

  • The Japanese tea ceremony is called Chano You.

  • First, the matcha powder is measured with a small wooden ladle called a chashaku.

  • It is brewed in a tea bowl called Shawan, and water is slowly combined with the powder by using a chosen a handmade bamboo whisk.

  • The ceremony is about directing attention to the aesthetics of the process and emotions created with your hands.

  • The host of the ceremony has the guests interests in mind, with every movement matches enjoyed with Japanese sweet treats to offset the bitter taste from the drink.

  • English breakfast tea is meant to accompany a protein rich English breakfast.

  • It's made from strong black tea, typically from China, India, Kenya or Sri Lanka.

  • The flavor is stronger than a T one might drink in the late afternoon as it has high levels of caffeine.

  • English breakfast tea is prepared by steeping your tea bag for 3 to 5 minutes, and it's finished with a splash of milk and a scoop of sugar.

  • Car cardi or hibiscus tea is a popular drink in Egypt made from the dry, dark red petals from the hibiscus flower.

  • It said that cold Carrick Aditi was served to the pharaohs in ancient Egypt help cool them down in the hot desert heat.

  • Kirk ET also plays an important role in North African culture and is often served during religious and healing ceremonies.

  • Hong Kong silk stocking tea gets its name from the method in which the tea leaves air brood in a large T sock that resemble stockings.

  • This drink stems from British colonial rule over Hong Kong with the British tradition of afternoon tea.

  • But instead of milk and sugar, silk stocking tea combines black tea with evaporated or condensed milk for sweetness.

  • Julian is a sweet drink that's Brighton color and starts with a strong base of black tea.

  • It's a staple of Thai street food culture, similar to the style of Hong Kong silk stocking tea.

  • The tea leaves air brewed using a stocking filter in a large pot of water.

  • Once the tea is dark in color and cooled, it served over crushed ice with sweetened condensed milk.

  • The sweet flavor of Chae Yeon is commonly used to balance the spicy flavors of Thai cuisine.

  • This drink is named after the legendary American golfer Arnold Palmer.

  • He suggested that his wife add lemonade to a pitcher of iced tea.

  • Palmer was overheard ordering the eponymous beverage at a restaurant in Palm Springs, California, and a nearby patron was intrigued and requested an order of the Arnold Palmer drink as well.

  • By his specifications, Arizona Beverages bought the rights to the drink, and today the Arnold Palmer, also known as the half and half is an iconic beverage served around the United States and is easily identified by the contrast between the dark brewed iced tea and cooling lemonade on top.

  • Iran's T is defined by its deep, reddish brown color, and it's significant to the culture it's served with breakfast, lunch and dinner in Iranian households where sam of ours are kept on the stove all day.

  • Milk is typically not added to the drink.

  • Pacha, also known as butter tea, is an essential drink on a symbol of strength.

  • The drink is rich with dairy and combines black tea butter made from yaks, milk and salt as the primary flavors.

  • Which t is your favorite and where is it from?

calling all tea lovers.

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How Tea Is Enjoyed Around The World

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/11/07
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