Ghee Tea

Ghee Tea

Ghee tea in Tibetan is "chathumar", which is a kind of tea drink of Tibetan in China. Tibetans often eat zanba.

Ghee tea is inseparable from the life of Tibetan people. Tibetans like to eat beef and mutton, and the blood consistency is high over time. Drinking tea can help alleviate the negative effects of meat. Because tea polyphenols in tea can help to break down fat, you will feel hungry if you drink too much. Smart Tibetans make high-calorie beverages with butter and tea, which not only removes grease, but also replenishes energy. They can resist the cold when it is cold.

Ghee Tea

Ghee tea is made by first making butter, pouring fresh milk into barrels, making it slightly fermented, and then repeatedly stirring with special tools, stirring thousands of times, the oil and water will be separated up and down. At this time, we should carefully remove the floating oil from the upper layer, put it in cold water, and knead it repeatedly with both hands until the impurities are removed and the butter is ready. When making butter tea, first put the butter in the bucket, add a little salt, pour in the strong tea, and then stir repeatedly until the tea and butter are fully integrated and become emulsified.