Today is Tea Day!
It is a great time to celebrate all things tea.
But, there is one tea that is often overlooked and overlooked in Thailand.
And it is the famous Sunright tea from Manzanilla Tea Studio.
Sunright tea is a tea made from the green tea leaves of the Malay subspecies of tea tree, Malay amber.
This tea is often served with fresh lemon and lime.
For this recipe, we will be using the Malaysian Amber Tea.
In the Malaysia, this tea is known for its refreshing sweet lots of body.
But it is also very nutritious, and has a high amount of fiber and vitamin A. We will be making this tea for a special occasion in my kitchen.
To make this recipe you will need: Malayan Amber Tea, a cup, a spoon to stir the leaves, a knife to cut the leaves and a spoon with a rubber spatula to grind them to remove the husks from the tea.
If you want to make this dish at home, we suggest you use a coffee grinder and a coffee filter.
Ingredients for this recipe: 1 cup Malayed Amber Tea (Malaysia Amber Tea) 1 cup fresh lemon 2 large limes 1 tablespoon Malaya 1/4 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon ground cloves 1 tsp black pepper 1 pinch Ground cinnamon Directions: Place the Aberrant AmmetTea in a pot.
When it boils, remove the leaves and stir the tea with a rubber spoon to separate the husk.
Now, pour the melted Amerita Tea into a glass, or glass jug, or you can pour the Amerita Tea directly into a tea pot.
Put the lid on the pot and let it simmer for at least 5 minutes.
After 5 minutes, remove from the pot.
Recipe by SunRight Tea Studio The recipe can be adapted for many other dishes, like: Tandoori Mango Curry Recipe Thai Chicken Recipe