sometimes I think I go to Borsch, Vodka And Tears not for their most delicious coffees / hot chocolates served in my favourite crockery direct from Europe and that funky atmosphere that can not be copied by any place in the surrounding areas but just to look if one of their most angriest and unhappiest waiters' beard finally turned blue as he MUST be from that famous Charles Perrault fairy tale about the dreadful Bluebeard who used to kill all his wives except the last one of course who dobbed him in - this was the day he was finished... I also wait for that day full of events I think - the moron-ugly-beard-color-change and the end of his indignant deeds... Bohemian Rhapsody Club and Online Magazine
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UP TO WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE TEA?
Alongside a motley crew of outrageously priced exotic edibles, Royal China Club in London also brews the world's most expensive tea. Da Hong Pao (BIG RED ROBE), in the oolong family, grows in the high altitude of China's Fujian province where they have only three bushes and leaves are picked from only six legendary bushes. PerThe Independent, "these same bushes produced tea which cured the illness of a mother of a Ming dynasty emperor.", and that emperor sent great red robes to clothe the four bushes from which that tea originated. As the tea leaves grow, workers wipe them with goat's milk for shine. When mature, the leaves are picked and baked over charcoal, then aged for up to 80 years. Royal China Club simmers the leaves for up to eight hours and sells a pot with four servings for £388 or just under $600. According to journalist Oscar Quine who sampled the tea, "Its flavour is similar to that of Japanese brown rice tea. I imagine the woody, umami undertones come from the roasting. They are offset nicely by fragrant top notes – I taste peach." Six of these original bushes,growing on a rock on the Wuyi Mountains and reportedly dating back to the Song dynasty, still survive today and are highly venerated. Famously expensive, Da Hong Pao can sell for up to US$1,025,000 per kilogram or US $35,436 per ounce (20g of Da Hong Pao tea from one of the mother plants was sold for ¥156,800 in 1998). In recent years, a number of companies have invested in preserving the interest in this tea and other so-called "artisan" teas, which typically are of very high quality and have rich histories as is true with Da Hong Pao. These have an initially high cost of production (and typically are only considered authentic when grown in their place of origin), but, as they have quickly become popular in Western countries, prized selections of the tea are available each year, with quality being consistent because of the increased popularity of the tea. Cuttings taken from the original plants have been used to produce similar grades of tea from genetically identical plants. Taste variations produced by processing, differences in the soil, and location of these later generation plants is used to grade the quality of various Da Hong Pao teas. Due to its high quality, Da Hong Pao tea is usually reserved for honored guests in China.
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to continue celebrating Natasha Aksenova's special date we visit Shingle Inn Southland for coffees, SHINGLE 1. a mass of small rounded pebbles, especially on a seashore. "a wonderful beach of fine shingle" 2. a rectangular wooden tile used on walls or roofs. 3. a woman's short haircut in which the hair tapers from the back of the head to the nape of the neck. 4. NORTH AMERICAN a small signboard, especially one found outside a doctor's or lawyer's office. ...anyway: one of those... With a range of delicious breakfasts, lunches and sweet treats, Shingle Inn - Australia is the perfect place to connect with friends and family all day, any day... We love this place for its openness, simplicity and beauty. Entertainment Book offers 25% off your order.https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/182v887