Friday, 20 March 2015

Green Tea under British Weather

If you drink English tea in Japan, the taste is not the same. 
The water and milk are different.  
And of course English tea must be accompanied with English weather.

How about drinking green tea in Britain?  

I have noticed the colour of green tea does not go proper green.
Using soft mineral water might help. 

What about the weather?
We have four seasons in a day, so we can handle it in any cases.

Green tea is famous for having many healthy benefits, including fat burning, 
but more importantly,
have a look at their relationship with green tea.

They drink green tea after every meal. 
Green tea is something to finish a meal for them.
So they do not need deserts after meal, just occasional fruits. 

That is the important bit rather than the content of green tea!

Hojicha (roasted green tea) never fails on British people

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