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A classic from China, known as, Zhucha, or pearl tea. This tightly rolled leaf unfurls in the water to produce a sweet and slightly smokey liquor, with a distinctive coppery color. A permeating and very refreshing cup of tea.
Microwave-prepared water…meh, but better than nothing!
That’s all I’ve had as of late (mainly at work) — my coworker generously destroyed my at-work kettle. I also managed to almost set the microwave on fire when I put a cup with a teaspoon of honey in it and nuked it. I sort of forgot to add the water (I blame mono-fatigue). There’s nothing like opening the microwave door and seeing smoke billowing out of the cup. And the smell — oh the smell! Like s’mores from hell. :P
Heh, oops. I will be sure to not put just honey in the microwave from here onward…
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