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fleur-aesthetic · a day ago
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thelongvictorian · 2 days ago
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Afternoon Tea by Harold Knight (1874-1961). Private collection
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deniz-mehtap · 2 days ago
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Bunsuz da hiç bir şey olmuyor gibi... ;))
🖤🎼🎼🎶🎶
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cileklipalet · a day ago
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ben nasıl olsa bu müsveddelerin ortasında yalnızım.
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coffeefeedsthesoul · 2 days ago
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seaprincess-selkie · 14 hours ago
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Hosting a Peter Rabbit tea party!
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mostlybuckystuff · a day ago
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Yelena spilling tea...
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missteawitch · a day ago
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Made this candle today in an antique tea cup I got from the flea market.
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foodaestheticdiary · 2 days ago
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spelledcoffee · a day ago
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catholic-apothecary · a day ago
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Medicinal Herb Infused Honey Tea Base
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One of my favorite methods of medicinal tea preparation is infused honey blends, I adopted this method from Unani medicine but its used widely in a variety of herbal practices. Infused honey teas can be made up in advance, have a long shelf life, are convenient to use, and generally taste delicious!
To summarize, herbal honey blends are just a combination of finely ground herbs mixed with honey (preferably raw honey for maximum medicinal value).
The herbs and type of honey you use will depend on what you'll be using the tea to treat, for example a remedy for colds and sore throats might include horehound, echinacea, oswego, or peppermint mixed with buckwheat honey, it all depends on what your treating, the combination possibilities are virtually endless.
I usually start with about 8 ounces of honey in a bowl to make about a cup's worth of tea base
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Then I take the dried herbs that I've selected and grind them as fine as I can with my mortar and pestle (you can use a food processor or coffee grinder as well)
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Then I combine my selected ground herbs with the honey and mix thoroughly, you may want to experiment with smaller batches until you get an ingredient ratio that suits your taste/needs. For 8ounces of honey expect to use between 5 - 10 tablespoons of dried ground herbs depending on your ingredients. the mixture should be quite thick.
Then simply store your tea base in an airtight jar and store away from direct sunlight
The serving size is about 1tsp to 8oz of water, but more or less depending on desired tea strength.
As always be cautious of combining any herbal remedies with over-the-counter medicine/prescription drugs.
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grandmacottage · 23 hours ago
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Foxglove Cup & Saucer from CarterandWainwright
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angrypaperearthquake · a day ago
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🍵Akayona Tea Time🍵
Today, I'm reviewing: JAE-HA
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Ingredients:
Hojicha
Green Chai (cinnamon, ginger, cloves, orange, cardamom)
Vanilla Green
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Brewing Instructions:
1 tsp (5.96 g)
8 oz (236 ml)
180 °F (82 °C)
2 Minutes
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Results:
Light-green brew
Spiced aroma
Light earthy flavor with a spicey/sweet aftertaste
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Final Thoughts:
A really good, warming cup of tea. I like that the hojicha gives the cup an earthy feel, but the spice might have been a tad too overpowering. The vanilla didn't really shine through that much either. But if you want a spiced green tea, this is a good one. Think chai, but with green tea instead of black tea.
Changes I Would Make:
I get where the creator was going with hojicha (earthy feel like the ship), but I think a more green tea would have worked better. My thought would be to use either sencha or gyokuro, both very aromatic deep green teas from Japan. They taste more of the sea as well (less ship). The spice is cool, but I would change the blend ratio AND kick out the vanilla and add a jasmine. Jasmine and Jae-Ha just seem to fit together in my mind.
My Blend:
Sencha or Gyokuro (50%)
Jasmine Phoenix/Dragon Pearls (30%)
Spiced Green (20%)
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Brian: Stewie, trust me, boys can’t get periods.
Stewie: Brian, it’s 2022 -- there’s no such thing as a boy any more. Or a girl. Just a vast sea of chubby ���theys” and “thems,” so coddled by their sanctimonious woke parents who think activism is virtue-signaling on Instagram. If Martin Luther King could come back, and see wha they were doing in his name, he’d never stop throwing up.
Family Guy, s20e19, “First Blood.”
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coffeefeedsthesoul · 2 days ago
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dixt · a day ago
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ph. polusikblog
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kaalbela · 15 hours ago
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Charlotte Bland
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manicrussiansoul · a day ago
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He's so happy and excited for tea
His cup of tea:
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Bonus:
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He's very good with tea
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kf1n3 · 3 months ago
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Wanted to compile all my 1 hour teacup painting studies together ☕
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