Dear friends and customers,
Some of you guys who have travelled already in some Asian countries, including Japan, might probably had already the opportunity to taste some Uron Cha...which is actually black tea, from China.
In Japan, you can find it in both big or small bottles, and people usually drink it during the meals.
Lately, a new kind of Uron Cha has appeared in supermarkets: Kuro Uron Cha, which means black uron cha....the difference with the normal one is that the leaves inside are stronger, so they have a higher benefit on health....!
Super great taste.......!!!!
This strong black tea helps you to clean your stomach and digestive tube, it drinks the oil you might eat through oily food, and helps you to loose weight if you are on diet!
I highly recommend it everybody, it's a fresh feeling during the meals, and it's good for your health!
Thank you Kuro Uron Cha
Do you eat breakfast every morning?
I do!!! My day never starts without eating something in the morning.
I would love to have traditional Japanese breakfast with rice, miso soup and
grilled fish, but sadly, because I always struggle to get up in the morning,
I can't afford to wait the fish to be grilled...
I wonder what people in other countries have for their breakfast...
Here are some that I have checked out on internet.
I've just randomly picked up some countries, so if your country is not introduced,
please let me know your country's traditional breakfast.
【 English Breakfast 】
I tried it when I was in England - it was really nice, but was a bit too much for me...!
【 Hawaiian Breakfast 】
Hawaiian usually have lots of fresh fruits in the morning.
【 Australian Breakfast 】
Toast with Vegemite! The other day, one of our guest from Australia gave me
a piece of toast with Vegemite, and I quite liked it!
【 French Breakfast 】
Croissant and cafe au lait - I love fresh-baked croissant!!!
【 Bolivian Breakfast 】
Bolivian people usually have "Saltena" for breakfast -
it is kind of bread with chicken or beef stuffing in it. Mmm!!!
【 Russian Breakfast 】
Russian pancake is often eaten in the morning in Russia.
It contains loads of mascarpone cheese. Yummy!
You get toast, today's soup, coffee and tea as much as you want!