Saturday, February 15, 2014

Elma Çay.

Served piping hot in tulip-shaped glasses on white porcelain saucers, the sweet, apple-cinnamon taste is delicious.  

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Although Elma Çay — apple tea — is called tea, it is based on a black tea brew with no actual tea or even apple in the mix.
It is called a "tisane," meaning a dried herbal mixture; typically, tisanes are used for ailments.

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