Tea is a very delicate process, which plays a big role every detail. If to approach to brewing tea in a classical way, clean water and the number of binding requirements. Of course, most of these masters of brewing tea are paying attention mainly to the process of boiling water, utensils used for brewing tea. But this is only the subtleties that may maximize the taste of the drink. And the taste of the
tea depends on the quality of raw materials and the method of its preparation.
When cooking classic tea is required to comply with these rules:
The first rule:
Iced tea is not recommended to drink on an empty stomach because once in the body, this tea may be too much to cool the stomach and spleen. In China there is an old saying “do not drink tea on an empty heart”. There are however, some types Continue reading
To prepare a tasty and aromatic coffee, it is important to consider not only the quality of the bean and the roasting method, but still grinding. Because the grinding will affect the strength of the drink, the product, the quality of disclosure of the flavor and aromatic notes of the drink, the abundance of cream. According to experts, the most suitable grinding to prepare the most delicious coffee beans is middle fine grinding.
To make a quality drink, which will enchant you with its taste, you must remember two important rules:
You need to choose the right coffee grind for your coffee maker.
For each brewing method, using a grind.
This is extremely important because when properly prepared in the drink becomes more Continue reading
At first glance it may seem that coffee and cocoa. But… they are different plants that belong to different biological families. And unlike coffee and cocoa is the same as between a pear and an Apple tree!
Let’s try to understand what the difference between them.
The plants of coffee and cocoa
Coffee is a fruit of the coffee tree, more like a Bush (family Rubiaceae), is considered the Homeland of coffee, Africa.
Cocoa is the fruit of the cacao tree (belongs to the family Malvaceae). Sometimes called cocoa “chocolate tree”. The birthplace of cocoa – tropical forests of South America.
Now both plants are cultivated worldwide in warm and humid tropical latitudes of both hemispheres.
Both trees are evergreen. The altitude of cocoa can reach heights of 10 to 12 meters. Coffee tree, usually grows much lower – 6 – 10 meters.
The fruits coffee and cocoa beans
The fruits of these plants are called grains Continue reading