To call the masala chai a treat would be an understatement. Within a cup of masala chai you have a whole ecosystem of flavors, aromas, tastes and experiences. This Indian tea is not just dynamic but it is delicious too, having traveled far and wide from its original homeland, to coffee and tea houses all over the world. Want a bit more spice in your life? Come and enjoy the masala chai!
Hong Kong is known for many amazing things. There are Hong Kong martial arts films, lavish skyscrapers and exquisite Taoist and Buddhist temples, veiled in plumes and curtains of incense and burning joss sticks. And let us not forget the amazing Hong Kong-style milk tea.
Tea, or Camellia Sinensis if we are to use its scientific name, is a plant revered all over the world. From Britain to Japan. Russia to New Zealand. Tea in all its marvelous forms and infusions has been a go-to beverage throughout much of human history. But where and how does tea grow exactly? Where does tea come from?
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