(The recipe is simple, delicious and beautiful Apple smoothie at the end of the post)
“Eat, girl, my Apple, then say…” . said forest Apple tree in an old Russian fairy-tale “Geese and swans”
And modern modern Apple tree girl would say:
“My child, why my apples
vitamins C, B1, B2, P, E, carotene, potassium, iron, manganese, calcium,
pectin, sugars, organic acids.
In addition: a large number of trace elements: potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, sulfur, aluminum, boron, vanadium, iron, iodine, copper, molybdenum, Nickel, fluorine, chromium, and zinc.
And the girl answered : “FIE, my father in the house Continue reading
Weak fermentation (about 5-7%) exposed to white tea . This drink is incredibly useful, it has a pleasant and long aftertaste. The name of the drink received thanks to a special kind of kidney, the surface of which is covered with white pile. In terms of the five elements, which are adopted in traditional Chinese medicine, this kind of tea is attributed to the metal.
White tea retains the sheet in the form as it grows on a Bush. In the course of its processing and packaging at a minimum level resides the human impact. This drink was honorable at the court of the Chinese Emperor: has long loved him for a very sophisticated and refined taste, unusual flavor.
The history of white tea has nearly nine hundred years. In modern times there is a huge variety of teas, many of which were removed long ago – about a century ago.
The most popular types of white tea
Today it is accepted to allocate four of the world’s most popular varieties of white tea. These include:
White tea (Bica) – a delightful and unusual. Its clean taste is filled with light, barely perceptible floral, honey and fruity notes. The aftertaste doesn’t appear immediately, but you will feel the tea unfold in a new way, by passing you my energy purity and freshness. To appreciate the richness and beauty of white tea is unlikely to succeed at first: but when you “grow” before this drink, you will fall in love with it forever.
The process of growing and harvesting white tea
White tea is grown only in a few provinces of China: it is collected from certain bushes – Zhenghe Da Baicha and Fuding Da Baicha. The exclusivity of this drink lies in the fact that it is brewed using the youngest, barely appeared from the buds of green tea leaves and buds, covered with a whitish fluffy hair. When brewing Chinese white Continue reading