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tea time

Food to enjoy for an afternoon break.


Sopapillas enchant with their light, puffy texture and sweet, honeyed flavor, making them a beloved treat in Mexican cuisine and beyond. They are popular in Latin America, particularly Chile and Argentina. 

Explore every tea type

Are you browsing for a specific ‘tea type’ to enhance your collection or daily routine? This article simplifies the complex world of teas. Learn what distinguishes green, black, oolong, and white teas in flavor, origin, and brewing methods. Whether you’re a connoisseur or a casual sipper, discover how each tea type can fit into your lifestyle and possibly impact your health, all while enjoying the nuances of their distinct tastes.

Swiss braided butter bread

This is a traditional Swiss bread consisting of flour, butter, yeast, milk, and egg yolk. It is characterized by its soft texture and braided appearance. This bread is usually eaten on Sunday mornings together with everything else that can go for a brunch, such as butter, jam, ham, or cheese. It’s a kind of bread, therefore not really sweet!