How is tea served in the World?(2)

Published: Thursday 11 January, 2018

India: everything is about Chai

Tea is very popular in India, where almost 70 percent of the tea produced in the country is consumed by its own people. India grows a lot of black tea, such as Darjeeling and Assam. Chai comes from the name "tea" - the name of Chinese tea - which is mixed with different spices, usually black tea. Spices include cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, clove and black pepper. Chai is an important part of Indian tea culture. When guests come over, chai will serve. The tea is brewed with spices, then washed with milk and sugar.

 

British: afternoon tea

It's no secret that British tea is one of the country's most typical traditions. Typical afternoon tea is a meal. It turned out that only wealthy people had tea, and then the middle class embraced the tradition.

 

English tea has always been popular and many people drink several cups a day. The worker has one, two or more tea breaks per day. People drink tea in the winter to warm up, cool down in the summer, refresh and calm down. As you can see, British tea is a drink of any emotional state.

 

Russia: Zavarka for guests

Compared with other countries, Russia has already accepted tea culture far more than most countries. There are two things that Russians love most: vodka and tea. Today, most Russians like what they call Zavarka, a very strong tea prepared in an independent teapot that allows the host to serve guests in several rounds.

 

This drink is made with boiling water and loose tea leaves that are then steeped to make a concentrated, powerful base for tea.

 

Thailand: A very trendy tea

Who hasn't tried Thai tea? It is also one of the most popular tea in the world. It is made from strong black tea, often containing fennel, red and yellow food coloring, and sometimes other spices. Thai tea is especially consumed in Southeast Asia and many American and European restaurants serving Vietnam and Thailand.

 

Thai iced tea, or cha- yen, which is popular in Thai restaurants around the world, is made of strong iced tea.

 

Add aromas and spices, including orange blossom, cinnamon, octagon and ground tamarind. This drink is sweet, floral and licorice. The Cha-yen is perfect in hot weather, or the accompaniment of the same hot food!

 

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