Actually this tea is also called Mongol, Kirghiz, and domba or maps of Jomboy. That is, Kalmyk – this tea with milk, salt and often sharp, buttered, spread in the Caucasus, in Asia, in southern Siberia.
If we talk about the major components of this tea, the
first thing is a mix of green and black teas, and a diverse mixture of grasses, which are based on Badan. Herbs for Kalmyk tea is harvested before flowering, which provides the drink hypoallergenic ü. Tea leaves for this tea are harvested usually in late autumn after harvest of the main crop of young tea leaves. Due to the fact that tea leaves are not subjected to withering and fermentation, Kalmyk tea has a tart, slightly bitter taste and a peculiar yellow-red. The mixture of tea leaves and herbs pressed into briquettes, weighing from 0.3 to 2.5 to 2.8 pounds.
The origin of Kalmyk tea
This tea is the drink of the nomads. Continue reading
In the hot summer weather, I want to refresh and rejuvenate one gulp down a cold drink. Come to the aid of cocktails made with seasonal berries and fruits, chilled cool soda AI ice cubes. Such an easy and healthy vitamin drink excellent tones and quenches thirst. And milkshakes with chocolate,
coffee or cocoa can boost your mood. To improve the taste, you can add strawberry or raspberry syrup, hazelnuts or almonds.
Ice-cube — 3 PCs avocado — 1 piece raspberry syrup, liquid honey — 2 tbsp milk — 300 ml.
Avocado wash. With a sharp knife, make a longitudinal circular incision around the fruit until the knife reaches the bone. To separate the two halves by turning on their axes towards each other. Swipe the knife along the bone to remove it. With a spoon remove the pulp. Place Continue reading
In winter, we dream of warm. and in the summer — about the snow. Fruit. chocolate. Can with nuts. If these ” precipitation” still not settled on the waist and hips… In General. it’s time to talk about ice cream and sorbet.
Sorbet ( sherbet) appeared much earlier ice-cream. And it is Chinese. Then it learned of the Persians and Arabs. and there to Europe hand — say. it could not do without Marco Polo. who brought the recipe to Italy. and Catherine de ‘ Medici. in his turn seized with France Italian cook. which by that time had already learned to make fruit ice cream. In Ancient China, just mixing snow with fruit pieces. and advanced citizens of the Ancient
Rome and even poured this mix wine. Historians have found. what famous Roman Emperor Nero preferred to eat lunch with this type of ice cream. In the East the sorbet was thick with ice and drink prepared on the basis of infusion of rose hips and rose petals with Continue reading