Friday, August 24, 2012

Recipe 13: Green Tea?

I shall be explainin the Green Tea ceremony.... Japanese people or Asian people make this kinda ceremony.... to be served religiously... XDDD & on a fancy tray by Japanese Ladies in Kimono... one in Japan & durin our festivals too... have a look at it....

1. Get a teapot....

2. Infuse, & then brew... in with some spices or anything else Asian.... some cinnamon....

3. Get in some milk or sugar, or without if so wish to...

4. Drink & savor or enjoy.... could work well with chocolates or not inside.... or cookies.... XDDD or Asian's desserts.. or Mochi, or green bean or red bean Buns....

5. Add in some flavours or not if or just in case ya wish or not.... So yeah, have ya tasted it? Or not? I have & I must declare, its quite refreshin ore revigoratin...

Green Tea Oolon


Tea's Ceremony





16 comments:

ramtastic05 said...

I didn't know there was a ritual to serving the tea. That's pretty cool.

I also hear the green tea is very healthy for you, without the sugar and stuff.

Thanks

Naiwen said...

Yep, its served most ceremonially?

Kaynil Roczuz said...

It would be nice to see more of the ceremony but for a recipe is all right. Now I know what else to prepare my tea with. :D

Naiwen said...

I did post a picture of the ceremony itself... XDD a lady servin it.

pandaa said...

Green tea is delicious. It really helps relax you and get stuff off of your mind, doesn't it? :)

Naiwen said...

Yeah I have it nearly every mornin... XDD its a refreshin drink?

zoldos said...

I love green tea. I also like Earl Gray. And if you can find it, Earl Gray Green Tea!!

Naiwen said...

never got wind of it, because dont drink no Earl Grey...

Demonskeith said...

I found out about this long time ago thanks to anime, although I find it interesting at the sametime I would be completely bored if I had to sit through one.

Anonymous said...

I tried green tea once....Not my kinda cuppa tea ;)

Jason said...

I drink green tree everyday.. I came to know it reduces fatty cells..so trying it out :D

Kalaborative said...

That's pretty interesting, never had green tea before actually and i didn't know there was a ceremony to this! I've had chamomile before and that tasted nice so I might decide to try this one day :)

idrivethetaxi said...

green tea is excellent with dumplings

Naiwen said...

Yep indeed, it is a most excellent drink for any occasion.

ramtastic05 said...

Can you still drink this normally, just as an every day drink or is it only served for special occasions?

Hotspot said...

I've never really been a fan of tea, but ever since I applied for a job at a tea store.. I've become interested in tea! XD