Is it really possible to make Teeccino taste like gingerbread? I’m proudly here to say, it is! Our family has a major gingerbread-making tradition at the holidays when we construct our annual gingerbread house. So, this year I thought, why not have a cup of Gingerbread Teeccino to go with it? I’m so excited to share this with all my Teeccino fans because you can really taste the bread-iness just under that pungent ginger zing!
Leave it to the Greeks to invent gingerbread in 2400 BC. That’s the first known recorded recipe. Even though ginger was indigenous to China, the Greeks figured out how to make delicious gingerbread way before them. Perhaps it is because the Chinese revered ginger for its potent stimulating effects and used it only in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It took them until the 10th century to bake with ginger and shortly thereafter, ginger became so popular in European medieval fairs, they came to be called Ginger Fairs.
Take a moment in the busy holiday season to enjoy a steaming cup of Teeccino Gingerbread while you snuggle close to your loved ones! What could be better than that?