The tea industry is changing.
But, as it’s been in the past, there’s still a bit of the tea connoisseur left.
Here’s the short answer: There is no substitute for a cup of tea.
That’s why I love this recipe and why it’s my favorite.
If you’re in a rush to get that Starbucks latte in your next craving, here’s the deal: The Starbucks Latte recipe is actually a great substitute for the coffee.
The coffee in this recipe is made using a mix of green tea, coffee grounds, and a simple infusion of a small amount of teas essential oils.
And you know, I actually do love the coffee flavor.
It’s like a combination of tea and coffee.
It’s actually very simple.
The coffee is ground into a powder with a blender and then infused with tea essential oils and other essential oils for a coffee-like taste.
It also adds an extra dimension of flavor.
I love the tea and tea essential oil flavor.
You can also add a splash of hot water to this recipe if you like.
I recommend you do it.
The hot water helps keep the tea hot and gives it an added kick.
Here are the ingredients to make this recipe: Green Tea Blend: 1/2 cup green tea 1/4 cup water, 1 tablespoon oil The water, oil, and tea blend are optional.
But the oil and tea are a good match because they add a nice floral note to this blend.
I recommend adding a splash or two of hot tap water to the tea blend.
If you like a stronger coffee flavor, add in 1/3 cup of hot tea.
The blend can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to two weeks.
You could also freeze the blend in a container for a few months if you’d like to use it later.
For best results, add the tea to a mug for a quick and easy coffee fix.
The tea should be very hot when you add it to the mug.
I like to add a little hot water or milk to this tea for added flavor.
I like my tea blends to be smooth and creamy, so I add a bit more hot tap or coffee to the mix.
You might also like to make a coffee cream.
This recipe makes about two cups of tea, and if you want to make it even better, you could add a dash of cinnamon or nutmeg.
You’ll want to mix the water, tea blend, and oil in a large saucepan over medium heat.
When the mixture is hot, add a cup or two to the pan and stir frequently.
Add a splash more water if the mixture starts to become too cold.
The mixture should boil on the stovetop or at the bottom of a large pot.
Once the mixture boils, remove from heat and stir in a few tablespoons of the hot tea and water.
If you want a little more flavor, stir in another tablespoon of the milk or water and stir it in.