#Bev4: Honey Lemon Soda Rose Tea

Ingredients Rose tea size 60ml Honey size 45ml lemon powder 1 teaspoon or lime or fresh lemon soda size 75ml Lemon slices Method Use 2 tablespoons rose tea to get 60ml of tea Add the honey and lemon powder and stir until the ingredients mixed well. Pour the ingredients into a glass filled with ice. Pour […]

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#Bev3: Rose vanilla latte iced tea

Ingredients Rose tea size 60ml sugar 1 tablespoon Vanilla syrup size 15ml Fresh milk size 90ml 2-3 drops of vanilla Method Use 2 tablespoons of rose tea powder to extract 60ml of raw tea. Add sugar. Then stir until completely dissolved Add vanilla syrup followed by fresh milk and add a drop of vanilla flavoring. […]

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#Bev2: Italian Cream Soda with Rose Tea

Ingredients Rose tea size 60ml Fresh milk size 30ml granulated sugar size 1 tablespoon lemon powder or lime or fresh lemon size 1 teaspoon soda size – 75ml Method Use 2 tablespoons of rose tea powder to get a 60ml of raw tea. Add sugar. And lemon powder into raw tea that is still hot […]

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#Bev1: Lychee Soda Rose Tea

Ingredients Rose tea size 60ml Lychee syrup size 45ml Soda size 90ml Method Mix lychee syrup and soda. Use a spoon to stir until dissolved. Pour the mixture of lychee syrup and soda into a glass with ice. (If having a dome lid, close the dome lid after pouring the mixture of lychee syrup and […]

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Tea Benefits

It is said that drinking tea began in Asia. There are many legends about drinking tea for the first time. Some say that it began two thousand years before Christ in China. During the reign of Shen Nung, he boiled drinking water near the tea tree. Incidentally, the tea twigs simmered in a pot of […]

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Coffee Story

Coffee is a beverage made from roasted coffee beans obtained from coffee trees. Popular hot drinks But can also be drunk cold Sometimes it is popular to add milk or cream to coffee as well. In one cup of coffee contains about 80-140 milligrams of caffeine. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in […]

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Tea Story

These teas have begun in China. Expected at least 2,167 BC The beginning of the tea legend. There are many legends. Some say that the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung discovered a way to brew tea by accident. When he boiled drinking water near the tea tree while waiting for the water to boil Tea branches […]

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