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14 Feb, 2024
26 Oct, 2023
The Ceylon Tea (Sri Lankan Tea) 🇱🇰
History of Ceylon Tea in native language 🇱🇰
5 Sep, 2023
Un ceai negru cu menta proaspata. Perfect dupa o masa la Jaffa, pe Curry Mile, Manchester.
12 May, 2023
The recipe for the tea we shared at the Manchester Museum Iftar.
Urdu text about the joy of sharing tea at the Museum Iftar with hundreds of people, April 2023.
14 Jan, 2024
When I was a child some members of my family were living in Libya and I clearly remember my aunt mentioning karkadè once when visiting our home in Italy. A few years ago I spent some time in Jakarta and a lady who lived near my flat gave me some dried hibiscus flowers to make a drink which I guess is like karkadè. It was a deep shade of red and aromatic and delicious. The hibiscus flower is called “rosella” in Bahasa Indonesia.
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