My current tea collection – Ka uarmi lakphak pawl

(Hmanthlak tangah Laica in ka ttial)

If you love tea, let´s be friends! Even if you don´t, let´s still be friends, yeah? 😉 I love trying out different kinds of tea and I´ve collected some of my favourites, so I thought I´d share.

#1 Citrus tea by Lipton

My new favourite
Tu lio ka duh bikmi- a rim a thaw tuk! Tep hrimhrim te u law.

Ok, this one smells like heaven, so refreshing and, I don´t know how to put it in words. You try this and we´ll talk.

#2 Mamma´s tea

Borte Nu reumi tea- zei bantuk a reu ka hngal lo
Borte Nu reumi tea- zei bantuk a reu ka hngal lo

The name? I make it up. My mom dry-fries (frying without oil) this and it tastes so good it´s almost empty. I´m not sure about the type of this tea this is and she can´t remember either. If you accidentally have bought tea that you don´t like, why don´t you give dry-frying a try?

#3 Green tea with ginseng

No nak a si an ti le ..hehehe
No nak a si an ti le ..hehehe

To be forever young is the plan, so green tea with ginseng, it is. 😉

#4 Rice Tea from Burma

Fathau rim te a nam mi kha - a thawwwwwww tuk! Kanu Zing nih Kawlram in a kan phorhmi - Takk, kanu Zing <3
Fathau rim te a nam mi kha – a thawwwwwww tuk! Kanu Zing nih Kawlram in a kan phorhmi – Takk, kanu Zing <3

This baby is sooooooooo good! Made with special rice that smells a hundred times nicer than your average rice. Special rice = glutinous rice.  Yes, you guessed it right, the writing on the package is in Burmese.

#5 Another one from Burma

Mah hi lakphakti dawr i an cuar tawnmi kha a si maw? Zeitin din a si ka hngal rih lo.
Mah hi lakphakti dawr i an cuar tawnmi kha a si maw? Zeitin din a si ka hngal rih lo.

The brand name basically means flying dragon, so I think you´ll become one if you drink enough of this ;).

# Pappa´s Lipton and other stuff

Borte Pa ta- kei cu ka uar lem lo
Borte Pa ta- kei cu ka uar lem lo

This one is my dad´s and the majority of tea bags in this pot are the classic Lipton ones that I´m not a big fan of.

The next tea that I´m going try is this one.

Anthor tea - ka tep bal rih lo
Anthor tea – ka tep bal rih lo

Spot it at a store in Sweden yesterday and I have no idea why I didn´t buy this. In traditional style, we drink this plant as soup, so it will be very interesting to try this one as tea.

Last one is my little sister, Thaku, which is one of my finest collection :P.

Ka hrai putu Thaku, hahahhahah <3 Ka nau hniang
Ka hrai putu Thaku, hahahhahah

Ok, see ya!

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