Always making a mess?
This is my story ~~~~~~~~~ 🍫🧡🍵😋🍪☕️ I love to combine unusual flavors to enrich the flavor experience- therefore it is often necessary to dunk dry stuff into liquids like tea or milk coffee, or pour juice, milk or custard sauce and sometimes cream liquor over sponge cake, chocolate, cupcakes and other desserts. ~~~~~~~~~ If its too hot to handle, I use tools like spoons to wait for the chocolate to melt for example- but if it is a matter of feeling for consistency (of softening and eventually breaking cookies/wafers I need to hold it by hand..and it’s messy! That’s why I would only ever do it at home obviously, but I really feel as if it is a passion if mine and has always been! Meaning since I was a kid! 👧 (although the additional hot-beverage-factor was an invention of recent years) ~~~~~~~~~ 😍🥫🍜🧀 Even if it is about savoury snacks- which are far less likely to be dippable in standard hot beverages of course (no guaranty! XD) ~~~~~~~~~ The safe signs that it all started when I was little are that I always loved decomposing the sweet desserts, whether a cookie, a wafer bar, wrapped fancy chocolates or simple desserts in a bowl, and of course the festive multi layer cream cakes..always eaten flipped over and leaving the base for the end.. Btw not only sponge cake is dippable- so are party cakes! 🍰 ~~~~~~~~~ And in terms of flavour enhancement it goes so far to drink milk coffee only in combination with tea that contains a legendary trio of chamomile, peppermint and ginger! It just gives the coffee a certain buzz, it’s even better with latte milk coffee..😸 ~~~~~~~~~ 🙈Anyway, my way of preparing tea always involves 1,5 Litres of water and 4 to 5 different tea bags Most of the time with either green, white, black or redbush tea, of course the legendary combination mentioned above to add harmonious aroma/ freshness/ spiciness- and often sone kind of fruit tea (blueberry for example, raspberry, lemon, cranberry or pomegranate)🌼🍃 ~~~~~~~~~ And with lemonades, I never drink them as they are (too sweet) but most of the time watered down with loud water and some cold tea