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Cérémonie Tea Mini Cubes

Late Autumn (November/December) 2014 KFB >Cérémonie Tea Mini Cubes

Cérémonie Mini Cubes are tea experiences in individual, beautiful crafted mini cubes. The distinctive cube package holds a mesh tea sachet that is bursting with the bold taste of whole leaf tea, fine herbs, and spices. Enjoy their two most popular flavors, Moroccan Mint, a combination of Gunpowder Green Tea & Spearmint and Wild Berry, made of Berries and Hibiscus in a caffeine free blend. Each sachet is good for 1-2 cups.

Cérémonie Tea is Israel's leading brand of premium tea. Established in 2003, Cérémonie has redefined the Israeli tea market by introducing whole leaf teas, highest quality herbs, spices, and flowers, in a wide variety of options that provide delightful taste and aroma!

Want to experience more flavors? We recommend the 20 Mini Cube Variety Tea Gift Pack 2 sachets each of 10 flavors to share with friends!

  Cérémonie Mini Cubes Named SIAL Innovation 2014 Selection!

All Cérémonie Teas are certified Kosher through the Chief Rabbinate of Israel in Migdal Ha'Emek, the Badatz Eidah Chareidit Yerushalayim, & the Orthodox Union. They are also certified to meet the International Food Safety Standards of ISO 22000:2005 & HAACP.

Chinese Tea Eggs
Tea & eggs? We are not talking about having an omelet alongside a nice cup of tea. There is a world of cuisine that uses tea for cooking! Chinese & Asian cultures have many uses for our tea, beyond brewing it for our favorite beverage. Throughout street markets in China, you will spot this savory snack, Chinese tea eggs. This pre- hard boiled egg is lightly cracked & further infused with a mixture of flavor to produce a marbled looking version of the more familiar hard boiled egg. Food historian Gil Marks shares with us his recipe for Chinese Tea Eggs. Gil recommends using black tea. Try some today!
Chinese Tea EggsIngredients · 12 to 15 hard-cooked eggs, unpeeled · About 3 cups (720 ml) cold water · 3 tablespoons (45 ml) soy sauce · 1 tablespoon (15 ml) salt · 1 whole star anise · 1 teaspoon (5 ml) granulated sugar · ¼ cup (60 ml) tea leaves or 4 tea bags   (try Cérémonie Tea's English Breakfast or Earl Grey)
Do not remove the shells from the eggs, but carefully crack the shells with the back of a spoon. Place in a large saucepan and add water to cover. Add the soy sauce, salt, anise, sugar, and tea. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat to low, and simmer for about 2 hours. Remove from the heat and let cool. Store the eggs in the liquid for at least 8 hours. Peel and serve whole or quartered.

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