EARL GREY TEA LATTE

 There is the unwritten rule between my family members that you drink tea only when you are sick, or even worse, in winter. I decided to change that. At first they thought I was sick, but with the time they got arround and joined me. If we copy “the West” so much, why don’t we copy the right customs. For example, Englishman and their tea drinking habit. Tea, of any kind, except its healing virtue, can also be a very delightful beverage.

 Earl Grey is a kind of tea, that was traditionally made from black teas, but todays taste is produced by adding oil of bergamot, which is a type od orange. A beverage called “London Fog” is a combination of Earl Grey, steamed milk and vanilla syrup, that is why we could address this one, as London fog.


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 Postoji nepisano pravilo među članovima moje porodice da čaj piješ samo kad si bolestan, ili još gore, zimi. Rešila sam da to promenim. Iz prva su mislili da sam bolesna, ali su vremenom prihvatili tu moju malu naviku i pridružili mi se. Ako već toliko kopiramo “zapad”, zašto da ne kopiramo dobre običaje. Na primer, Engleze i njihovu naviku ispijanja čaja. Čaj, bilo koje vrste, osim lekovitog dejastva, može biti jako prijatan napitak.

 Erl Grej je vrsta čaja, koji se tradicionalno pravio od crnih čajeva, ali ukus koji prepoznajemo danas je dobijen dodavanjem ulja bergamota, vrste citrusa sličnog pomorandži. Napitak zvani “Londonska magla” je kombinacija Erl Greja, toplog mleka i sirupa od vanile, zato ovaj recept možemo da nađemo i pod tim imenom.

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