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Ambessa Tea Stories: Earl of Harlem Infused Wild and Brown Rice Salad

By Ashley Beck | June 19, 2013

photo by: kulinarno
photo by: kulinarno

Photo: kulinarno

Tea is a great way to add flavor to a dish without adding the extra calories. In this rice salad, Ambessa Earl of Harlem tea acts as a great compliment to the types of rice being used.  Adding citrus zest to the mix highlights the orange peel and bergamot flavors in the tea. The use of wild and brown rice creates layers of chewy texture and the fresh vegetables add a fabulous crunch.  Read More

Ambessa Tea Stories: Earl of Harlem Truffles Recipe

By Ashley Beck | December 7, 2012

Photo: anshu_si

Photo: anshu_si

Fashioned after truffles found in the soil of the Perigord region in France, these cocoa dusted treasures, although vastly different in flavor, are just as prized by many around the world. There are 3 main types of this international favorite: Swiss, European, and American, which differ in ingredients and technique. Here we are using a method most similar to the Swiss that makes the process easy and inviting so that you may enjoy your nuggets of chocolaty delight in no time. What’s more is we’ve infused our recipe with Marcus’ Earl of Harlem tea which adds citrusy layers, bergamot and floral aromas with lingering smoky base notes that will give the chocolate an even more rich and fragrant finish.

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