If you tell any Chinese that in Russia they drink tea with sugar and add milk or lemon to it, then he will be very surprised. If this Chinese is from the south-eastern part of the country, then he will not believe you at all. Our ideas about tea are very different from the Chinese ones. And this is understandable.
The fact is that Chinese tea is exactly “Chinese tea”. This is not even a direction in the culture of tea consumption, but something completely “independent-separate”. Something that in no case can be equated or compared with the usual “black” tea, to which Russia has been so long and so firmly accustomed.
Have you ever wondered what kind of tea most people buy in supermarkets? If you ask the average customer, they’ll probably say something like, ” How’s that? Normal! ” And will be right.
They often talk about one “correct” way of brewing tea. But it’s not that simple! Someone brews only in a teapot made of Yixing clay and only with spring water. And someone just pours water into a thermos and does not bother. And everyone enjoys it. How many people, so many opinions! I thought you might know some interesting brewing recipes.
First of all, it’s just interesting: how the same thing can be done in completely different ways. Secondly, it is very useful. after all, everyone in this guide will be able to find the most suitable way for themselves. Or just experiment. Why 21? Just 21 is a good number. i like it. In truth, there may be more or less of these ways. While focusing on 21.:) Send your favorite recipe to firstname.lastname@example.org with the theme “21 recipes”. when publishing, your authorship will be saved. Of course, if you don’t want to use an alias, for example.Continue reading