Tea in baking, cooking and drinking with food

How Make Tea Syrup

2018-04-17 07:06 #0 by: Tammie

This looks really good. I have never heard of tea syrup before. Have any of you had this before?

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2018-04-17 07:12 #1 by: Tealover

I have not, tea syrups are quite common in different kind of latte. It's normally that or some kind of powder, not tea as most would think of it. I'll have to try that for the summers alcohol free drinks

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2018-04-17 07:13 #2 by: Tealover

I bet you can use it as a base for swet ice tea too

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2018-04-17 17:31 #3 by: Tammie

Yes, I bet you could!

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2018-06-07 15:25 #4 by: Tealover

I tried it on amarican pancakes today and it tasted great

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2018-06-24 18:23 #5 by: Tealover

"påsk" tea syrup water, ice and hops herbal tea made a nice drink one of my husbands favorite

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2018-08-25 16:16 #6 by: Tealover

Today I tried "Påsk" tea suryp on pulled pork "burgers" and it was fantastic

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2018-08-28 20:27 #7 by: Tammie

That sounds great!

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