[oclug] Re: Coffee
The Linux Doctor
linuxdoctor at linux.ca
Sun Aug 20 17:23:17 EDT 2006
On Sun, 20 Aug 2006 15:37:16 -0400
"Croombe F. Pensom" <croombefp at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Although by far not an expert on coffee,
I am not a coffee person at all. Invariably, when I ask a friend out
for coffee I choose the wrong coffee house. I far prefer tea. That is
The most interesting preparation for tea that I had ever encountered
was when I visited Pakistan back in the 1980's. They first boiled some
milk to scalding temperatures, added several tablespoons of sugar and
then loose tea grains into the mixture. After generous boiling for
several minutes, it was poured into your cup. I found it exceptionally
It has a name all it's own that I no longer remember. I recall
mentioning this here a few years ago and another member offered the
name. For quite some time afterwards I prepared tea that way, but today
I have it rather conventionally with just a little milk.
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