Tea (rec.drink.tea) Discussion relating to tea, the world's second most consumed beverage (after water), made by infusing or boiling the leaves of the tea plant (C. sinensis or close relatives) in water.

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I'm just wondering- are there any teas that people would recommend in
celebration of Halloween or Dia de los Muertes?

I did make molasses spice cookies, and they went wonderfully with my
extra-milky Imperial Tearoom.

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Default Halloween and tea.

"Tea" wrote in message .. .
I'm just wondering- are there any teas that people would recommend in
celebration of Halloween or Dia de los Muertes?

I did make molasses spice cookies, and they went wonderfully with my
extra-milky Imperial Tearoom.



Dear Tea:

I am just putting some recommendation of tea with certain tea:

With chicken:- Keemun or Formosa Oolong or lapsang Souchong

With beef:- Yunnan, Keemun

With Egg dishes:- Darjeeling( You can add a slice of lemon if you
like)

Sea food or shrimp:- Keemun,Yunnan,Formosa Oolong, lapsang Souchong(
if the lobstar is grilled with butter and Garlic)

Dessert or fruits:-Darjeeling, Assam(strong with milk),Lapsang
Souching(If the desert is lemony)

With chinese or japanese dishes: Gunpowder green tea, Hojicha(For
smoky taste)or some sweety, fruity formosa Oolong

After all big meals:- Just have some good jasmin tea- relax and drink
With pumpkin dessert or pie:- Try some Yunnan-Yunnan facy,imperial or
just Golden Yunnan.

Enjoy.

Ripon
(From Bangladesh)


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