Tag: peaches

Tea times two

Along with Oscar Wilde, I am a firm believer that “Nothing succeeds like excess.” While it is doubtful that he was referring to the imbibing of tea, or cake, for that matter, I like to believe that he was.

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A rosy, peachy summer

Summer’s around the corner, and though I’m not much of a flavored tea kind of guy, there are a few scented varieties that captivate me, particularly now. Take Chinese congou, most usually a large leafed black tea scattered with fragrant rose petals.

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Tea-sing the best out of summer fruits and chilled tea

It’s that time of year when tea meets ice in a glass (although hot tea is certainly not wholly abandoned in favor of the chilled versions of the beverage). Taking my cues both from this seasonal transitioning to drinking iced tea and the…

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Roast tea for an iced summer drink – going from hot to cold

With summer just around the corner, strong, freshly brewed tea on the rocks becomes my drink of choice. But not just any tea. As a chef who is never content to leave well enough alone, I have set out to experiment by taking good-quality…

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