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1 teaspoon ground coffee, 200 ml of water

Cold water bring to boil in pot, remove from heat and pour the coffee into the boiling water. To prevent lather and put on a small fire. As soon as the foam rises – remove from heat, add a teaspoon of cold water, pour into cups.

Turkish coffee

1 teaspoon finely ground coffee, 1 tsp sugar, 200 ml of water, 1/5 tsp salt

In Turku pour the coffee, sugar and salt mix well, cover with cold water, stir again and put on a red-hot sea sand, which can replace low heat. When it begins to rise foam – remove from heat, put a small piece of ice (a teaspoon of really cold water), let stand 1-2 min.

Coffee Popsicle

1 teaspoon finely ground coffee, 1 tsp sugar, 200 ml of water, 1/5 tsp salt

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Bitter water. Chocolate.

We tend to think that real chocolate is a big sweet tiles divided into squares. But originally it was the drink is very fragrant and bitter

It’s called chocolatl – and also: “bitter water”. And it took centuries before the chocolate has ceased to be so, before there was cocktails based on it. Chocolate shakes can be hot and cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, low calorie and sports. The simplest basis for making hot drinks – milk, cocoa, grated chocolate and egg yolks. So, for a cocktail of chocolate and tea you need to mix with sugar (150 g) 3 egg yolks, dissolved in 200 ml of warm milk 30 g chocolate and pour 30 ml of hot strong tea, combine both mixtures and put in a water bath, stirring until foaming. The combination of tea and chocolate, unexpected and piquant, good complement one of the spices Continue reading

Jasmine green tea
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Green tea - the benefits and harms
Green tea is an unfermented (non-oxidized) or slightly fermented tea. Harvested tea leaves are first steamed at temperature of 170-180 °C (optional procedure), then the fermentation is either not implemented…

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