Want to treat yourself, feel out of place and experience the authentic taste of the eastern culture?
Here are deliciously authentic teas.
Jasmine the dragon has the power to turn the most unpleasant person into a fine diplomat *. The purest refinement you can find, that will let no one blanked, believe me. * According to some fuzzy studies.
Perfect for an evening tea. As comforting as a warm glass of milk. But, I advise you, not to soak your Oreo in.
To inspire confidence to a suspicious audience, insert into a conversation that you drink organic tea, second harvest, Makaibari. You’ll be credible right away.
The leaves can be infused two to three times in a row, each time extending the infusion time. Yeah, that’s right, sometimes I give real advice.
Perfect for reciting haiku, gong in hand and lost in thoughts.
American Pie, Dumb and Dumber, Hangover ; all these movies become deep, complex and refined when accompanied by this tea.
Excellent at mealtime, Lapsang Souchong can also be used in cooking. Mix it with the cooking juices of a grilled chicken or roasted veal, you’ll thank me later.
To bring out the flowery notes, add a cloud of milk or cream. Keep calm. And carry on.
The pu-erh is renowned for its digestive properties, fat and cholesterol lowering. In case you care about those sort of things.
If you have a cold, don't try to detect all the subtle aromas of this tea. Focus on the chicken noodle soup instead.
Since it does not contain a lot of caffeine, it’s a perfect tea for an evening brew. After that, you can do whatever you want!