I’ve got good news for our international tea lovers who are planning to visit Istanbul soon. Dem Karakoy Tea House has opened its doors a few months ago for tea lovers. Serving more than 50 types of tea, Dem Karakoy definitely will fill a great void in Istanbul. It’s located in Karakoy, Istanbul which is very close to historic center of Istanbul. Continue reading “Dem Karakoy Tea House”
1) It’s served in a tulip-shaped glass along side with generally two cubes of sugar. Since it’s mostly bitter you’ll need sugars.
2) In order to brew Turkish tea you’ll need two pots : caydanlik (kettle ) and demlik (teapot). You’ll need demlik for highly concentrated tea and caydanlik just for boiling water. Demlik sits on top of caydanlik during both brewing and serving. Continue reading “Six Things You Should Know About Turkish Tea”
Bosnia is definitely more inclined to coffee than tea. Bosnians drink their coffee plain served with sugar and delight. It’s quite similar to Turkish coffee, main difference being delight served along side coffee. Although I’m not a coffee person, I must say, it’s delicious and refreshing. Continue reading “A Hidden Gem in Sarajevo: Cajdzinica Dzirlo”
Simply because you can get a better understanding about the quality of tea leaves infused.
Good quality tea leaf generally is composed of one whole piece rather than broken bits.
Furthermore you can get a better idea how fresh your tea is, it’s easy to distinguish fresh tea when it’s brewed.
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As most tea lovers were I was quite excited when I first heard that Starbucks would open its first Teavana store in New York. I got a chance a few months back to pay a visit this store. My first impression was definitely a ‘wow’. Continue reading “New York Teavana Bar”