Russia is one of the countries with the most tea consumption in the world, and Russia imports more tea than any other country in the world. According to the survey, the country imports approximately 181,859 tons of tea per year. In recent years, the number of Russian imports of black tea from China has increased year by year.
Black tea is a traditional tea product for Russian residents. Before the 1990s, Russians had always had a soft spot for black tea. Now black tea is still the preferred tea for Russians, accounting for 86% of the Russian tea market.
From the point of view of drinking tea, Russians drink tea, often accompanied by a large dish of cakes, scones, pies, sweet bread, biscuits, candy, jam, honey and so on. They often drink tea for three meals or often replace one of the three meals. From the point of view of the varieties of tea, Russians prefer to drink sweet tea. When drinking black tea, they are used to adding sugar, lemon slices, and sometimes milk. Thus, in the Russian tea culture, sugar and tea are inseparable.
Russian black tea has a stronger taste, so the amount of tea is more. Then put the black tea into the pot and rush into the boiling hot water. After brewing, pour the black tea into the cup. Add jam, preferably with granules of jam to add visual effect. In addition, lemon slices, rum or brandy can be added to make the black tea more flavorful.
Ingredients: 2.5 grams of black tea, the amount of strawberry sauce.
1. Put the black tea into the pot, rush into 200 ml of boiling water, and suffocate for 3 minutes.
2. Pour hot black tea into the cup, mix in strawberry sauce and mix thoroughly. Strawberry jam depends on your taste.
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