Did you mayhaps mean kulcha?
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“Kukicha: Also called winter tea, kukicha is made from twigs and old leaves pruned from the tea plant during its dormant season and dry-roasted over a fire.”
“Kwa kweli tunajitahidi kila kukicha kujua hatma ya jumuwata.”
“But yesterday I found kukicha in tea bags from Eden Foods, at the new grocery store that opened two blocks away on 15th and 7th.”
“So, I am on my third pot of kukicha for the evening.”
“Yesterday I found some candied ginger at a local high-toned foods shop (not common here in Spain) and while I ordinarily drink kukicha "straight", last night I started dropping a bit of candied ginger into every other cup.”
“Right now, I want nothing more than to start reading a new novel, since I've just made a pot of kukicha tea.”
“But I've just brewed a second pot of kukicha and will now return to the Wilson.”
“It's not uncommon for me to drink two liters of kukicha a day; this third pot, on the other hand, may be crossing over into gluttony.”
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