How to Serve Green Tea
You can’t really call yourself a fan of green tea if you haven’t tried drinking green tea out of a cup or without sugar. It is surprisingly easy to do and gives you a good taste of what the tea is like. Of course, not everyone will enjoy the taste, but it is surprisingly easy to get the tea-drinking portion of your day done properly with just a little bit of green tea. Here are some ways that you can serve up some green tea so that you can have a great time drinking it and relaxing with friends or family.
Serve in a Cup
A simple way to get lots of people to gather around and drink some green tea is to simply serve it in a cup. There are many decorative choices for cups that you could use when serving up green tea, but a basic plastic cup will do the trick in most cases. Simply pouring the hot water into the cup and then leaving it to steep will give you perfectly fine results, as long as you don’t mind having just plain old green tea. If you want to add any flavourings or sweeteners, that is fine too, just remember that whatever you put into the cup should go nicely with plain old green tea.
Serve With Milk
If you want to make sure that every person at your house gets their fair share of green tea, then serving it with some milk is the best thing that you can do. Whether cow’s milk or soy milk, these kinds of milk work best with matcha teas due to its natural colouring qualities. Some people also prefer lactose-free options when they are eating their Matcha teas, which means that using coconut or almond milk won’t be the best choice no matter how you look at it. However, if you aren’t allergic to these kinds of things and they actually prefer milky teas over regular teas, then going with the option of serving them up with some fresh cream will be the best thing that you can do. Even if they don’t want any kind of extra stuff added to their bowl of green tea, they will at least appreciate the fact that they have something special on top of their bowl of green tea.
Serve Without Sugar
As was already mentioned, not everyone likes having sugar added to their teas, so being able to select whether or not you want your teas mixed with sugar is a great feature for anyone who wants to have a sweet but not overly-sweet dish served up to them. Not all restaurants offer this choice and finding one that does (or creating your own menu) can prove to be quite difficult, but if yours does offer this choice and choosing not to have your teas mixed with sugar is preferred by them, then you will certainly be getting more attention than usual when dining out.
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by Leanne Aguindy
If You Have Friends Over
Making sure that everyone has something nice to drink while they are hanging out is an excellent way off having friends over without having to worry about drinking drivers showing up or being drunk while hosting events. Having plenty of cups ready and waiting for guests along with putting together fun drinks for them is both easy and fun seasoning for throwing parties/having friends over! Learn about how to make Moscow Mule cocktails if you need help preparing something fancy enough for your guests!