Butter Milk Based White Cheddar Two Berry Scone with Ti Kuan Yin tea in drip coffee
The First Sunday of Advent. To a fresh start of something good 🕯️
Even though I opened it up my new 2020 calendar as my own family tradition, hardly can believe we’re only a month away from 2021 though. Nothing’s clear yet, life must go on somehow.
Fresh from my oven! Instead of Pandoro and Panettone, the scones came up. It could be better fit for a small batch as both Pandoro and Panettone would be normally sweeter than Stollen. It turned out nicely. Just right for two who have a savory tooth.
Crispy on the top, refreshing and moist inside. Not that buttery yet little bit fluffy. If you have a thing for scones, you could already seize what I’m trying to say.
Butter milk and a bit of butter worked so hard rather than butter sticks. It was for the balance so that it could cover it up the sugar coat. For sure, the scone top was made out of a low sugar friendly option. Mostly stevia and finely powdered erythritol, besides with a touch of refined sugar.
And then, rose rum cranberries and barberries to use it up leftovers, which means this is not the end! Stollen will catch up for Christmas countdown. Many different dried fruits combined with Rose Rum-Lady Earl Grey tea are almost done, literally on the way.
Speaking of which, I’m going to stick to the diction of Lady Earl Grey tea even though it could make it explicit the specific brand. Quite outstanding and distinctive, on that, practically it has been considered as a respective section kind of stuff as often. It’s about another way to go, nothing but the categorization based on market feed, anything but the fundamental classification factored by material features. As it’s flavored tea, fair enough to be taken one of reasons. I’m for that. You’re worrying about deception kind of something, fair enough too. It could come up, makes sense. No offense, I’m just trying to take an approach for other options/alternatives/stances as many people often do.
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