Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Project: Spicy Rose Latte

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Another fall-inspired recipe and it’s a warming one too! May I present: spicy rose latte.
I’ve made chai latte’s before (here and here) and I’m happy to add this version to my latte list because it’s jam packed with flavour! If you like rose tea I hope I just convinced making this easy pea recipe!
Psst, it’s caffeine free too c:

Pssst, learn how to make frothy milk with just a microwave too! A great add for this rose latte too or for your coffees of course!

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Alweer een recept met een herfst tintje eraan. Eentje die je lekker opwarmt bij koude dagen - mag ik u voorstellen: pittige rozen chai thee!
Chai thee’s maak ik graag en heb eerdere versie gemaakt (hier en hier). En deze rozen versie is heerlijk en vol van smaak! Als je al een fan was van rozenthee probeer dit ei van een recept uit!
Psst, het is ook nog eens cafeïne vrij c:

Pssst, leer hoe je melkschuim maakt met de magnetron! Een heerlijke combo voor bij deze latte maar ook voor je koffie natuurlijk!
The Recipe*
2 cups water (500 ml)
½ cup dried rose buds
4 slices of fresh ginger
¼ tsp. pepper balls
¼ tsp. gloves

*it's caffeine free

You can add more or less, it really depends how spicy you want.

Once boiled and shimmered, sieve your freshly brewed tea in a jug/glass and store it in the fridge. You can leave it overnight if you want for more intense flavor!

Create frothy milk with the microwave!

Set microwave to 270 WH for 30-40 sec.

Don't overshake because my milk got too stiff. Oops, but still delicious!  

The Steps
  1. Throw everything in a pan and let it boil over high heat. 
  2. Once boiling cover with a lid and remove from heat and let it shimmer for atleast 30 minutes.
  3. Restrain Now you can enjoy your spicy rose tea latte!
    Add desired sugar (I use honey), (frothy) milk and/or grounded cinnamon on top for maximum taste!

8 comments :

  1. Hahaa that empty cup. I use honey for my tea too and love it. Great recipe, I will try it for sure. Looks so exotic, :))).
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  2. and it looks so pretty too! :)

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  3. i never like a ginger taste in my drinks..and i don't know why. i can accept anything with ginger in my meals, but not drinks. but i knew ginger is good as my mum told me before..i guess i should just stat to learn to accept ginger taste..anyway, i think you're brilliant in mixing dried roses in your recipes..:) have a good day

    xo joselovincolors
    www.joselovincolors.com

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  4. THIS IS AMAZING. I'm such a noob when it comes to teas and coffees, but I'm convinced I'll have to try this out in the future.

    JennifHsieh

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  5. It does not only look wonderful, I'm sure it tastes wonderful as well!

    Have a great week,
    -Kati

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  6. OMG. Can you please be my personal barista? This sounds amazing. I would love a rose infused anything drink right now! The foamed milk looks so nice and fluffy!

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  7. Ooooh, looks so tasty! Bookmarking this for future reference, I love rose scents and flavors :)

    becky ♡ star violet

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