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With warming wintry spices and tones of caramelised pomegranate, our Winter Solstice herbal tea is a real indulgence for this time of year 🌟 🍵 #trueteaco
Whole leaf Oolong tea grown in organic tea gardens of the Darjeeling region and free from harmful chemicals.Tea is best brewed in loose form and so we use tea leaves that retain high amount of anti-oxidants.
Our Teas are Whole leaf teas as against Broken leaf, Fanning and Dust. We use Only top ‘Bud and two Leaves’ considered as ‘premium pluck’
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¡¡Recién salidas del horno!! Lo que más nos gusta de diciembre es que está en el ambiente las ganas de compartir con los tuyos. Los tecitos para celebrar el amigo secreto, las tardes haciendo galletas con los niños... Y ustedes ¿cómo van a compartir con sus más cercanos?
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Our shop is now OPEN! ✨☕ Meet Krampus, our limited edition winter spiced Earl Grey. Beautifully fragrant, our premium Earl Grey fuses like a charm with cinnamon and clove. The perfect winters blend for when dark nights in your favourite armchair ☕ The rest of our current collection is available through the link in our bio. More being added in 2020!
HOMEMADE CHAI CONCENTRATE
This recipe is very forgiving so you can tweak it to your own liking. I’ve tried it with both granulated sugar and a mix of honey and maple syrup and both are delicious! You can’t really taste any difference. I like my chai latte really sweet so I used 200 ml of honey in the recipe, but you can make it without any sweetener too! Don’t worry if the mixture is cloudy, I had that happen when I used honey and loose tea. Any leftover chai concentrate can be frozen in freezer proof containers.
6 cups (1500 ml) water
100-200 ml (approx. 1/3 cup – 3/4 cup + 1 tbsp) honey or maple syrup OR 90-180 g granulated sugar
25 g fresh ginger, peeled and sliced
25 whole cloves (about 1/2 tbsp)
4 cinnamon sticks
4 whole star anise
15 cardamom pods (about 1/2 tbsp), lightly crushed
10 black peppercorns
a few pieces of fresh orange peel
5 bags of black tea or 3 tbsp (10 g) loose black tea
Combine water and honey/sugar in a large saucepan. Let the mixture come to a boil and stir until honey/sugar is dissolved, then add all ingredients except for the tea. Place a lid on the saucepan and let the mixture simmer for 15 minutes.
Remove the saucepan from the heat and add the tea. Let steep for 10 minutes.
Discard the tea bags and let the mixture cool.
Strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve, then pour into clean and dry airtight jars or bottles. Store in the fridge for up to one week.
If you are too serious and too concerned about the result while preparing your tea, you are actually not allowing yourself to perform at the optimum level .
Instead, if you don't worry about perfectionism at all, you would have a deep experience within your tea .
The outcome has to be beautiful and joyful.