To those of you with tongues and stomachs, you may enjoy a drink at the market this weekend called Jun Tea.
And if any readers here have your bottles, if you could drop them off today at the Pik Pak next to the Big Bend Community Action Centre, that will be good, otherwise I gon' pick dem up from you at some place. Tell me.
Last Edit: Nov 23, 2017 10:01:05 GMT -6 by lebarton
Post by kidterrific on Dec 20, 2017 13:45:47 GMT -6
The most easily found and tastiest Jun in Tibet comes from the Khampa Nomads—former monks turned physical and spiritual warriors who learned their knowledge of how to make Jun from the Bonpo. The Khampa Nomad’s were trained by the CIA in the 70’s to try to kick China out. They took Jun so they would have superior fighting abilities against the Chinese. They are also guardians of heirloom cultures, travel on motorcycle with single long braids bouncing off their backs, flasks of Jun and swords on their hips.