There’s nothing quite as annoying to a confirmed tea lover as living in a Coffee Nation. Coffee is the default drink everywhere you go. This is never more obvious than when attending a banquet.
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One of the herbs most commonly enjoyed with black China tea is peppermint. From there it’s an easy step to add fruit flavors such as orange juice or cranberry juice. Add a touch of spice and you’ve got a flavorful punch to enjoy when friends are coming over for lunch or a barbecue.
I received a question from a reader about how to improve the flavor of coffee with herbs and spices. Not being a coffee drinker, I asked some fellow herb enthusiasts for ideas. They were so creative, I thought I should pass along their ideas:
Chocolate and peppermint are two flavors that just naturally go together. Here’s a delicious variation on hot cocoa, an old favorite.
In recent years, a new flavor mix has appeared in bistros and coffee houses – chai tea latte. Most often served hot with sweetener and cream, it is a hearty, satisfying drink. So what is this chai flavor?
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