NaPoWriMo 2017 Day 27: Jun Tea

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An infusion of rose buds
cooled to the perfect temperature
for brewing green tea,
then straining and waiting
for the tea to cool to room temperature.
Now mix with a cup of honey,
a cup of starter tea,
and pour into a gallon jar.
Add a robust scoby,
now wait and wait,
and watch the miracles
of fermentation,
the miracle of symbiosis.
A week or two or three weeks later,
pour your tea into smaller bottles
and add a little juice or fruit.
Now wait.
Wait a little more.
Wait a few days, a  week or more.
Wait for the fizz,
the refreshing vivifying bubbles.
Cool in the fridge,
pour into a glass,
and prepare for a taste sensation.
Jun tea, an elixir of health!

 

*S.C.O.B.Y.=Symbotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast

 

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Today’s NaPoWriMo prompt asked us to write a poem centered around the sense of taste.

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