September Tea Crossword: Tea Vocabulary From Around The World
- 1. This component of tea is responsible for its effects on iron absorption.
- 3. This is the high point of the black tea tasting experience when, some moments after the liquor enters the mouth, its body, flavor, and astringency are fully revealed.
- 4. The Japanese tea bowl used for drinking matcha.
- 5. A tea commonly consumed in Egypt that is made from hibiscus flowers and sweetened with sugar.
- 7. This is a general term used to describe all black Chinese teas regardless of the region in which they are grown. It is derived from the Chinese word, gongfu.
- 10. This is an Australian expression for a tin pot with wire handle hung over an open fire in which tea is boiled.
- 11. The pluck of an emerging bud and one or two leaves.
- 13. A revolting array of things that were added to tea, and the offending concoction .
- 15. What kind of tea did Mma Ramotosawe of the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency drink?
- 16. This is a type of Japanese tea cup for drinking sencha.
- 18. A Cornwall slang term sometimes used to refer to weak tea.
- 20. This is a strong green tea made with mana mint, prepared by Arab peoples of North Africa and the Middle East.
- 21. This is the Asian word for the hard-to-describe sixth sense of taste that is often associated with mushrooms, soy sauce, and other earthy, textually rich foods.
- 22. A type of compressed tea using pu-erh tea traditionally shaped into a bowl.
- 24. This is a mat used in traditional Japanese tea rooms.
- 1. Mint tea isn't actually tea. It's a ______.
- 2. This is the Polish word for tea.
- 4. This is the bamboo tea whisk used for preparing matcha tea.
- 6. A generic term used for trees between 100-300 years old.
- 8. This is an energizing morning hot drink that is more than a 4,000 year-old tradition among the Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon
- 9. A monk from Japan who introduced tea leaves to Japan.
- 12. Tea that is known as the "Champagne of Tea".
- 14. A very weak tea infusion with a high percentage of milk and sugar, often given to children and invalids.
- 17. This is a covering used in Japanese tea gardens to reduce or eliminate the amount of sunlight available to the bushes during the final period of growth before harvest.
- 19. Another name for Buddhist Iron Goddess of Mercy tea.
- 23. Olive leaf tea comes from this country.