Romani Tea is the same as Russian Tea, and is traditionally served with sugar, lemon, fruit, or jam. According to Hancock, many Russian and Eastern European Romani dishes are the same as the region’s  because the Roma in the East have been settled for so long, whereas Roma in Western Europe were nomadic for longer, so the cuisine is more insular and includes a wide selection of game and foraged vegetables, herbs, and berries. At tea time, my grandmother and I like to read each other’s tea leaves, but this is somewhat unusual among Roma. While the women in her family were traditionally dancers and fortune tellers, for Roma, fortune telling (drabaripé) is just commonsense advice (or Samaritan therapy) for gadjé and is not usually taken seriously within the community. Obviously Roma are not innately born with psychic powers; rather, it’s a trade that was born out of poverty and discrimination and practiced in desperate times. However, Roma do believe in healing magic or rituals, called advising, and practice that within the community. Advisors must be able to speak Rromanes, but because our family lost the language in the Holocaust, we’ve mish-mashed elements of drabaripé and advising: we practice tea leaf reading, palm reading, and card reading alongside meditation and energy healing to treat each other (and sometimes clients) holistically. This is an example of how it’s difficult to make generalizations about Roma — we’re all different, and each family will have its own unique kind of Romani culture (just like everyone else in the world). These “tealeaf afternoons” as my grandmother and I came to call them, are a lovely way to unwind with a loved one and speak frankly about what’s going on in each other’s lives.You will need a teapot, two round shallow-bottom teacups (preferably white or a light solid color inside), two saucers, and two spoons. If you want to read the leaves, find a teapot without a sieve, or you can just spoon some tea leaves from the pot back into the tea once you’ve filled your cup.Read How to Eat Like a Real Gypsy here 
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Woojeon is the "first flush" of green tea picked in South Korea, meaning that it is the earliest picked in the season. The leaves are therefore tender, delicate, and rarer than later-picked leaves. Remember to pay attention to both the temperature and the timing — if the tea steeps for too long, the flavor will turn bitter.
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Green Tea Latte Recipe
Green tea lattes aren’t made with green tea. Instead they are made with matcha, a fine green tea powder made from shade-grown tealeaves. The lack of sunlight results in a tealeaf that is a vibrant green color and rich in flavor.
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The radiant orange spice, saffron, has been studied and shown to be as effective as certain antidepressant drugs such as imipramine and fluoxetine. Saffron also helps with mood swings and depression associated with PMS. Make tea with a pinch of saffron and experience these amazing effects. Read more about 12 Teas That Boost Your Mood.  
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Dutch Tea
Numi created a rich, chocolatey tea that is great on its own, but even better when mixed with Dutch chocolate vodka and cream. Served hot and with a dollop of cream, it’s a great ending to any meal.
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We’ve heard that brines are important, and this chef’s recipe shakes things up a bit by adding sweet tea to the brine. His tip is to place the turkey and brine in two doubled garbage bags, which allows you to easily brine it overnight in a roasting pan.
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chai tea latte
There's nothing like a hot chocolate or warm apple cider to warm you up when the weather gets chilly. Try a healthier fall drink by using almond milk and spicy chai tea. 
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Marbled Tea Eggs
These savory and lightly spiced hard-boiled eggs are as delicious as they are beautiful. The secret to perfectly dyed eggs is in how you crack the shells. Use the back of a spoon to crack the lightly-boiled eggs; you want to crack the shell all over, but it should remain intact. This will allow the tea mixture to seep in just along the cracks in the shell and color the egg with a beautiful and intricate pattern.Click here for more of our best hard-boiled egg recipes.
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Pooja Mattl, author of The 3 Day Reset, has high praise for this green tea variation: “For those unfamiliar with the flavor of green tea or those who find it too bitter, this kind of green tea offers a more palatable alternative as the beautiful, strong aroma and flavor of jasmine offsets the bitterness and at the same time, captivates the senses.”  Read more about How Iced Tea Can Help You Stay Slim  
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Don’t refrigerate this too quickly or the tea might cloud. Cloudy tea is still delicious, but it’s not as pretty to look at, and iced tea is so perfect for guests that you want it to look ideal. You can alter this recipe as you see fit. Read more about Making the Best Iced Tea.
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Chamomile is an effective acid neutralizer that also aids in relaxation. Ginger helps repair inflammation, eases nausea, and settles the stomach. Sip this tea hot or cold and let it soothe your burning tummy.
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Also called rooibos, this tea hails from the desert area of Southern Africa. The evergreen shrub of the pea family reduces anxiety and stress while elevating your mood and encouraging restful sleep. Read more about 12 Teas That Boost Your Mood  
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