The tea that got me into my obsession. I purchase this tea at the Persian markets after falling in love with it at different Persian restaurants. It took me awhile to figure out how to properly brew this tea, but to make yourself a pot, make sure not to leave the tea bag in for longer than five minutes or else it’ll get bitter and also blend in some hot water when you’re done brewing. Even if you’re not a fan of sweetening your tea, a lot of my friends add a bit of sugar in this tea since it really brightens up the tea.
My friend told me “It’s windy”. I took it as her endorsing me to drink more tea.
I brewed a teapot filled of this fantastic tea and now I’m slowly drinking it cup by cup. Thanks Kim, you’re a godsend.
I keep on getting distracted to work and so my tea is a bit lukewarm. :( Definitely better when it’s piping hot and has my full attention.
Talking about Persian tea made me want to drink it. I’m happily sipping some heaven.
Going back to my first love but this time, I mix in a little bit of Sadaf’s Special Blend with Cardamon. A delicious combo … <3
I made my aunts a cup of this tea (they’ve only ever had Green tea) and they were pleasantly surprised and enjoyed this tea. It has a subtle sweetness they commented on. I’m happily enjoying it with a little extra sweetness. <3