Vermont Food - South Burlington- Restaurant- Dobra Tea
I am back from a 3 day trip to
Our best experience at Dobra Tea. We tried some amazing specialty tea in Dobra Tea. It is a vegetarian restaurant.
It was very difficult to choose a tea. There were so many options!
We ordered the following tea sampler. In simple words, it was a green tea, slightly brewed black tea and double brewed black tea and it tasted so wonderful. The tea was served in beautiful tea sets.
THE MYSTERY OF THE THREE TREASURE TROVES
Three aromas, three tastes and three colors from a single tea bush in the Chinese
1. GREEN - LU CHA
A green, or unfermented, tea of the Dian Lu E'Shan variety. Sorted, uniformly rolled leaves of light green color, with the grassy aroma of fresh green tea and a full, lightly astringent taste.
2. BLACK - HONG CHA
A first-class Dian Hong black tea. Fine, uniformly rolled leaves of a brownish-red color, excellent characteristic tea aroma, with a full and slightly tannic taste.
3. PU-ER - HEI CHA
A double-fermented, Pu-er tea from the South China
We serve these three teas in the same tea sets used by professional tea tasters throughout the world.
We also had some wonderful accompaniments to the tea. I don't remember the name of the dish we ate, but I remember the taste. It was delicious. I think we ate Mezza Red Pepper Dip Fresh Red Pepper, Pomegranate Molasses, Walnuts, Red Pepper Flakes and Olive. We had pita bread with the dip and we also had Dolma, which is a Turkish Dish.
Wikipedia definition: Dolma is a family of stuffed vegetable dishes in Turkish cuisine and the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire and surrounding regions, including,
If you planning a trip to Vermont, I recommend that you stop by at Dobra Tea at 80 Church Street, Burlington, VT.
It is an amazing tea shop, warm, inviting and has some good food.
Rating: 4.0 / 5.0
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