I had espresso tea and digestive biscuits for dinner, some fresh strawberries and whipped coconut milk for dessert.
It was yummy…
I brew my rooibos tea in an espresso stove-top maker making it espresso tea. It tastes smoother and richer, and is brewed just as you will brew coffee.
1. Fill the bottom chamber with cold water up to the steam release valve
2. Insert the funnel filter and fill with loose rooibos tea-leaves
3. Screw the top on
4. Put on stove-top and heat (it is ready when you hear it gurgling)
5. Remove from heat and allow it to sit for 30 seconds before serving.
I served my espresso tea with a splash of coconut milk.
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