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Nice and spicy but not overly. I like the flavour of this a lot. I cut this down twice and simmered for the same amount of time. Mine was medium to dark brown using the larger amount of cinnamon sticks. I would make this again especially for someone feeling under the weather. Made for Veggie Swap 31 ~ February 2011.
Being a devoted ginger tea drinker I had to try this once I'd seen Tink's lovely photo and I wasn't disappointed. I didn't need the pine nuts as I love the bite of ginger and the cinnamon added that nice little extra punch. I used a small amount of honey to sweeten and sat back and really enjoyed this. Loved that it made enough to set back to have this afternoon. I was disappointed that mine didn't have the lovely deep color of Tink's picture but the taste was still wonderful. Thanks Sharon for a very pleasant cup of tea. Unrated Asian Recipe Tag Game - July-August 2009â€�
I made a half recipe, as I'm the only one that will drink it. I was sure I still had pine nuts on hand but must've depleted them. Since I'm a regular ginger tea drinker though, I didn't need them to cut the strength. It was so aromatic while simmering & both the ginger & the cinnamon were prominent flavors in the end. I tried it straight & with a bit of Chilean honey. Both were delicious. My toddler DD saw me pouring my tea cup & she wanted to have a tea party too so I've posted both mine & hers. :) Thanks for sharing, Sharon! Made for Unrated Asian Recipes tag game in the Asian forum.
I've made this twice now, reducing the amount each time as I'm the tea drinker here. I love, love,love this. I used UmmBinats' method as I enjoy a strong cinnamon presence. It seems to help a mild throat congestion that I've had too. This one is a keeper, yummy and healthy!