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substitute coffee filter
    coffee filter
  • filter (usually of paper) that passes the coffee and retains the coffee grounds
  • A coffee filter is a coffee-brewing utensil, usually made of disposable paper. A stainless steel filter is used to prepare Indian filter coffee, the form of coffee common in India.
    substitute
  • Act or serve as a substitute
  • Replace (someone or something) with another
  • put in the place of another; switch seemingly equivalent items; "the con artist replaced the original with a fake Rembrandt"; "substitute regular milk with fat-free milk"; "synonyms can be interchanged without a changing the context's meaning"
  • Use or add in place of
  • a person or thing that takes or can take the place of another
  • utility(a): capable of substituting in any of several positions on a team; "a utility infielder"
substitute coffee filter - Twinings Chai
Twinings Chai Tea Latte, T-Discs for Tassimo Hot Beverage System, 16-Count Packages (Pack of 2)
Twinings Chai Tea Latte, T-Discs for Tassimo Hot Beverage System, 16-Count Packages (Pack of 2)
Amazon.com Product Description An exotic medley of black tea, honey, cream, and spices, the Twinings Chai Tea Latte is made for indulgence. The sweet and spicy blend offers a unique alternative to coffee and tea. It comes packaged as Tassimo Discs, or T Discs, which are designed for the innovative Tassimo Hot Beverage System, a simple machine that uses the special T Discs to prepare barista-quality espresso, lattes, hot chocolate, and more. View larger A Sweet, Exotic Mix of Black Tea, Honey, and Spices Whether you're a seasoned chai enthusiast or a coffee lover looking for something a little different, the Twinings Chai Tea Latte is a drink of choice. The aromatic fusion blends classically smooth black tea with milk and honey, then spices it up with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger. The result is a hot drink that's perfect as an indulgence on cozy night, an afternoon pairing with your favorite sweet treat, or a companion on the morning commute. Tassimo System Makes Barista-Quality Drinks in Seconds If you love the fresh taste of hot drinks from the local cafe, you'll appreciate the innovative and time-saving Tassimo system. This system actually acts as your own personal barista. The easy-to-use machine (sold separately) can brew something for everyone at the touch of a button, including real espresso, freshly brewed filter coffee, real milk-based lattes and cappuccinos, tea, hot chocolate--and now, chai tea lattes. The secret is in the T Disc. Each T Disc contains a precisely measured amount of coffee, tea, chocolate, or concentrated milk, and is sealed to retain the rich flavors inside. A unique barcode on each T Disc informs the TASSIMO machine precisely how to prepare your hot beverages. What's in the Box Twinings Chai Tea Latte, T Discs for Tassimo Hot Beverage System, 16-Count Packages (Pack of 2)

An exotic medley of black tea, honey, cream, and spices, the Twinings Chai Tea Latte is made for indulgence. The sweet and spicy blend offers a unique alternative to coffee and tea. It comes packaged as Tassimo Discs, or T Discs, which are designed for the innovative Tassimo Hot Beverage System, a simple machine that uses the special T Discs to prepare barista-quality espresso, lattes, hot chocolate, and more.

View larger A Sweet, Exotic Mix of Black Tea, Honey, and Spices
Whether you're a seasoned chai enthusiast or a coffee lover looking for something a little different, the Twinings Chai Tea Latte is a drink of choice. The aromatic fusion blends classically smooth black tea with milk and honey, then spices it up with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger. The result is a hot drink that's perfect as an indulgence on cozy night, an afternoon pairing with your favorite sweet treat, or a companion on the morning commute.


Tassimo System Makes Barista-Quality Drinks in Seconds
If you love the fresh taste of hot drinks from the local cafe, you'll appreciate the innovative and time-saving Tassimo system. This system actually acts as your own personal barista. The easy-to-use machine (sold separately) can brew something for everyone at the touch of a button, including real espresso, freshly brewed filter coffee, real milk-based lattes and cappuccinos, tea, hot chocolate--and now, chai tea lattes.
The secret is in the T Disc. Each T Disc contains a precisely measured amount of coffee, tea, chocolate, or concentrated milk, and is sealed to retain the rich flavors inside. A unique barcode on each T Disc informs the TASSIMO machine precisely how to prepare your hot beverages.





What's in the Box
Twinings Chai Tea Latte, T Discs for Tassimo Hot Beverage System, 16-Count Packages (Pack of 2)

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Yerba mate is an herbal tea claimed to have the ability to stimulate the mind and many medicinal and healthful properties. The low caffeine levels make this herbal tea a fantastic substitute for coffee. "Ilex Paraguayans" is a medium sized tree cultivated in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil. Also during the time the Ottoman Empire ruled Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, many Arabs emigrated to Argentina, and there they learned to drink yerba mate. Syria is also the biggest importer of yerba mate in the world, importing 15,000 tons a year. It is mostly the Druze community in Syria and Lebanon who maintain the culture and practice of mate. This evergreen member of the Holly family was introduced in South America by the Guarani Indians of these regions, who called it " the drink of the Gods" It is the leaves that are desirable. The need to be "deactivated" to release the natural enzymes. This process can be done by holding cut branches over open fire. The foliage are dried, toasted and crushed to produce a fine, flaky leaf tea. The mate is a drink that tastes like "Tea" and it is usually and traditionally a social drink. Groups of friends and/or family have "mate" anytime during the day, alone or with somebody else, and the particularity of this drink is everyone drinks from the same mate. To drink the "mate" we need a "bombilla", which is a small metal straw with a grid rounded at the end, that it used as a filter. The "bombillas" also come in different sizes, materials and designs, being the most common of metal one and the most exclusive is the one made of silver. The other component is the water; hot water that is considered to "ideal" at a few degrees before boiling. If the water boils, the "mate" it not good, because the "yerba" gets inconsistent. The mate is a container that holds an infusion that Argentines call a mate. Both the container and the drink are called the same name, so whenever you ask for a mate, you will can either receive the mate recipient or the recipient with the drink. The word "mate" comes from the Quechuan word "mati", which means "gourd" and is traditionally drank in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and in the south of Brazil. There are different types of mates; the traditional one is made from the "calabaza" (gourd) but there are also made with other materials like wood with a smooth exterior; some with engravings or carved with drawings and landscapes and others made of silver. Medicinal tonic properties The benefits of yerba are many: it's lower in actual "caffeine" [sometimes called "theine," or "mateine"--a compound in the molecular class of "xanthines"] than regular tea and its unique composition is the best way to produce stimulation without many of the health risks or side-effects people are accustomed to with coffee or espresso.. To drink yerba mate) is to enjoy the health benefit of a tea with vitamins and antioxidants. It can: Detoxifies the blood Improves digestion Boost the immune system Induces mental clarity Increases endurance Antioxidant Diuretic Preparation and Serving of the Mate Warm up the water and take away from the heat a few minutes before it starts boiling. Fill 3/4 of the mate with "yerba".Cover the top with your hand, turn it upside down and tap the base softly - so that the dust of the yerba (herb) stays in the surface. Hold the mate in 45 degree angle and introduce the bombilla (metal straw) all the way down.If you want to have a sweet mate, pour some sugar in. Pour the hot water softly until it reaches the edge of the mate. After a few seconds, the water will be absorbed by the herb and will go down. Wait a few seconds and pour some more water until the top of the mateAfter these simple steps, the mate is ready. Once the water is drank, serve it again, and so on. The mate is deemed "washed" when it starts losing its taste, so just throw away the yerba and put some more in. The mate is a home loving tradition, it is not served or sold as a drink in public places. It is not very common to be served in restaurants or bars. If you have the opportunity to go to a family house and they offer you a mate, do not say no, at least try one as a courtesy. Yerba Mate Sharing Rules Yes there are some rules as mentioned in noborders.net, but for us mate drinkers, we are not told of them, but we just learn them from our elders Don't ask for sugar Many people are accustomed to drinking sugar in their coffee and tea, perfectly fine to ask for it. Many people also drink sugar in their Mate. But when you are asked to join a Mate fellowship, you could make the worst sacrilege ever imagined by asking for sugar. Don't say that Mate is unhygienic You may feel that it is unhygienic to put your mouth where everybody puts theirs. Of cou
Frappucinno
Frappucinno
A quick and dirty shot of a home made Frappuccino (minus the cream). Colours tweaked in Photoshop with added text. Nikon D50, Nikkor 28mm f/2.8AIS ISO 200, f/4, 1/640s SB600 @ 24mm, 1/32 CTR-301P Makes 5x 250ml servings. Ingredients: Use your favourite ground (filter) coffee (60g). In this case I used Starbucks House Blend. It has a sweeter taste, with a hint of chocolate. I typically use Sainsbury's Continental coffee, which is quite a robust flavour, but not harsh. 100ml Vanilla Syrup (or Caramel syrup). Can be hard to find, but I am using Fabbri Vanilla Syrup. Strong vanilla ice cream (think Cornish style) can be used with a little sugar as a substitute. 2pints (1litre) Milk (full fat or half). Couple of ice cubes. Boiling water Funnel Coffee Filter Paper Large glass jar (litre ish) Glass bottle, with stoppper The coffee concentrate: (Makes enough for 5 servings) Measure out 60 grams of coffee into a large and wide (litre-ish size) strong glass jar. In my case I use an old Kenko instant coffee jar. Boil 300ml of water in a kettle. Allow to cool slightly (as you should when adding to any coffee, instant or otherwise). Pour into the jar with the ground coffee. Use a large desert spoon to stir all of the coffee around and make sure it is all well saturated. Cover the jar with a sheet of double of tripple folded cling-film, and screw the jars lid on. Wait for the coffee to go cold, with occasional gentle shaking of the jar to move the coffee about a little. This can be done every now and then, say 30mins or so. When cold, filter the contents through regular filter paper and a funnel into a glass (or known non-flavour leeching plastic) container. I use an old Bulmers/Magners cider bottle. Try to get the ground coffee into the paper before the liquid runs through. This helps to hold a little more flavour as the liquid filters through. [The Starbucks HouseBlend is quite light and course, which makes the filter process very quick - 5minutes] Stopper the bottle with a resealable bottle stop (readily available and cheap in supermarkets). This can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 1week. The drink: Pour about 40-50ml of coffee concentrate into a cocktail shaker. Add 10-25ml of vanilla syrup (to taste) Add 180ml of cold full fat milk (or half fat if you give a damn). Drop in a couple of ice cubes. Shake like Elvis, and strain into your glass of choice, and serve. The drink can be developed further: Crushed ice, or use a blender for the ingredients. Ice cream can be added as well, which will cut down the amount of vanilla syrup. Single cream can be included, pushing up the calories! Chocolate sauce would make things go in a more Mocha direction. Fresh whipped cream would just make things look that much nicer.

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