Li Ziqi Cane Sugar Tea with Ginger Chinese Healthy Tea
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Sugar craftsmen of raw cane who insist on traditional methods of sugar production are fewer than before.
More than ten kilograms of sugar cane can only get a pound of sugar.
How ZIQI’s Raw Cane Sugar Is Made?
If you were born in an area which is blessed with sugar cane fields, you might be well familiar with the traditional methods of sugar production.
To produce it the juice from sugar cane is boiled, thickened and then moulded into different shapes. In most countries where sugar cane has traditionally been cultivated for the past hundreds of years, traditional methods of sugar production still exist.
First, the sugar juice is extracted from sugar cane
Then the sugar juice is then boiled over the traditional earthen ovens.
After the right amount of boiling the sugar juice turns into a thick brown paste, which is then pour in small square grid to cool down.
At the end of the process, the cane sugar is moulded in the desired shapes.
Ginger and Cane Sugar Tea - Chinese Healthy Tea
When it turns cold, it’s good to warm up your body with a healthy warm tea. The simple Chinese ginger brown sugar drink tricks your body into feeling warmer. It tastes not too sweet with a touch of ginger taste. Ginger has a wide range of antioxidant properties as well as helps reduce digestive disorders. It is good to calm your nerves and help you have a sound sleep.
Not only does brown sugar sweeten your tea with a molasses flavour, it also gives you more minerals, like calcium, potassium and iron. In Chinese medicine, this tea can help relieve menstrual cramps.
Just 3 Steps To Enjoy It :
Tear it open.
Add it into hot water at about 85℃.
Enjoy it after thoroughly stirring.
Specifications: "12g × 7 packs. Shelf life: 18 months. Formulation: Cane sugar, ginger, honey, granulated sugar. Storage Conditions: Put it in a cool, dry and normal place, away from the sun and humid environment. How to drink: Tear the sugar bag open, pour the sugar in the cup and add hot water at about 85 °C, then enjoy it after gently but thoroughly stirring with a spoon.
The time stamp on the package is the date of manufacture and not the expiration date.