“Back when I was still eating grains, I used to make an awesome breakfast cereal in the crockpot overnight. It was steel cut oats, a mix of water & knudsen’s peach/apple juice (or apple juice),...” Read full tasting note
“CTTB! This one is really tasty if you like Cardamom..which i do. so ha! It’s also making me really want some tasty chai now hehe. I really like the punch of this tea. there’s a sweetness here...” Read full tasting note
“This tea is exactly what it’s name suggests. Cardamom and black tea. You can’t fault it for that. I do enjoy cardamom, but I’m not completely sure I enjoy it this much. I am finding this tea tasty,...” Read full tasting note
The true candy-like spice character of the cardamom comes through in the cup. Lovely aroma.
It is easy to understand why this highly aromatic spice is sometimes called the “queen of spices”. Bite open a pod – the flavor will fill your mouth and a warm sensation will spread throughout your body. Cardamom is a cooking staple in many Eastern countries and is second only to black pepper in terms of usage worldwide. The first historical mention of cardamom dates to the 4th century BC in the writings of Greek Physician Theophrastus who claimed the pods had medicinal value. Modern usage of the spice however stems from the cultures of southern India. The people there held the spice in such high regard that they used it as an offering to the gods during religious ceremonies.
Black tea, cardamom
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