chai addict

Dapet dua kali sehari, bisa juga empat sampe lima kalaw mau bikin sendiri. Chai merupakan menu wajib setiap hari di kantor. dan di rumah seseorang saat ada tamu yang datang berkunjung. merupakan campuran susu dan teh India, Chai selalu disajikan dan ‘wajib’ disruput saat masih panas, seengganya jangan terlalu dingin saat meminumnya.

Rasanya? luar biasa, bikin ketagihan! untuk Anak Indonesia yang dari kecil kenal minum teh biasa (baik yang celup maupun tubruk) awalnya bakal ngrasa beda saat sekali dua kali nyoba chai. tapi lihat hari-hari selanjutnya, anda akan selalu pesan chai dimanapun ia tersedia, dan gak akan pernah membiarkan chai anda menjadi kehilangan keistimewaannya karena terlalu dingin untuk dihirup. sebutlah kebiasaan ini sebagai : Chai addicted.

Sebutlah mas d****g, sebagai salah satu pengidap chai addicted syndrome, nampak di wajahnya semacam ekspresi pengharapan agar muncul secangkir Chai setiap beliau hadir di kantor. baik pagi hari saat baru datang maupun sore setelah jam istirahat.

inilah chai menurut wikipedia:

Chai (Arabic: شَاي, Hindi: चाय, Urdu/Persian: چاى, Russian: чай, Turkish: çay [1], ultimately from the Chinese word chá (茶) [2]) is the word for tea generally in Asia, North and East Africa and Eastern Europe. Cognates in other languages include the Bengali chā, the Marathi chahā and the Tamil thaeneer. For the etymology of chai and related words see etymology and cognates of tea.

In a typical South Asian household, chai is prepared by boiling loose leaf tea in a pot with milk and water. Depending on personal preference, various spices and/or sweetener may also be added at this stage. What many English speakers tend to think of as chai is, therefore, more strictly known as masala chai, (Hindi (मसाला चाय [masālā chāy], “spiced tea”). Indian markets all over the world sell various brands of “chai masala,” (Hindi चाय मसाला [chāy masālā], “tea spice” ), though many households blend their own.

In India and Pakistan, chai is more popular than coffee, and street vendors called “chai wallahs” (sometimes spelled “chaiwalas”) are a common sight in many Indian and Pakistani neighborhoods.

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