• Cafe D'Amore Tahitian Vanilla Mix

    Cafe D'Amore Tahitian Vanilla Mix

    1 gallon water
    8 Chinese star anise, ground
    1 tablespoon orange flowers
    1 tablespoon
    powdered vanilla
    1 pinch of clove powder
    1 pinch chopped cinnamon
    3/4 quart long cut China black tea leaves
    1 to 2 cups sugar
    1 quart half & half
    red food coloring
    crushed ice

    Boil water. Add star anise, orange flowers, vanilla, clove, cinnamon, and tea leaves to boiling water. Continue boiling for 3 to 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Cover and allow to steep until luke warm. Strain, and add sugar to taste. Serve in a clear glass over plenty of crushed ice. Top with half & half.

    Traditional Variation: Substitute coconut milk for half & half.

    Decaffeinated Variation: Substitute decaffeinated tea leaves.

    Low-fat Variation: Substitute evaporated milk or rice milk for half & half.

    Natural Variation: Substitute unrefined cane sugar for refined sugar and beet powder for food coloring.

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