On the palate the hot infusion is relaxing on an otherwise stressful evening before America Chooses its future.
If you enjoy floral teas, Chinese green teas or fruit teas give this one a try. The price is worth it for those seeking quality.
Spiced Apple Cider Chicken & Chun Mee Steamed Veggies
- 4 Chicken breasts (I used boneless breasts)
- 4 cups Fresh apple cider
- 1 Tbsp Fresh ground black peppercorns
- 1 Tbsp Cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp DamnGoodPepper Special Blend (DamnGoodPepper.com)
- Brussels sprouts (I used 10 total)
- Baby carrots (I used 12 total)
- 1 Tbsp butter/margarine
- 1 cup Freshly brewed chun mee Chinese green tea (loose leaf preferred)
- Freshly ground sea sale (to taste)
- Allow contents of BOWL 1 to marinade for two to three hours in the fridge
- Place contents of BOWL 1 into a deep skillet/sauce-pan on med-low
- Add contents of BOWL 2 into the skillet/saucepan
- Place contents of BOWL 3 into a small or medium sized pot on med-low
White tea is the youngest harvested buds of the Camellia sinensis plant almost exclusively in the Fujian province of China.
It would not be a proper lesson on tea without sitting down and discussing the origin of tea. Where is it grown? More importantly where can it grow?
Black tea, known in China as red tea, is the most common product produced by our favorite Camellia sinensis plant. It’s the most consume type of tea in the world; however, it is the least popular style in China.
In the beginning there was a plant. A green plant. Well…Green tea. Grown in either Japan or China, this plant is harvested the same way but when it comes to the processing, there are differences.
My mug decided on a nice lightly floral Organic Green Jasmine from Hampstead Tea this morning.
There are those that believe that these beautiful works of art came from an ancient Chinese tradition…