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等级4 2014-12-22
2756 浏览
酒店check out後,决定在离开前,到昨日到访的香草园叹一壼有机花茶。香草园没有显眼的招牌,只有一块烂木板,上以黑底白笔,写有“Herboland"及画有简单地图。第一日路过,以为乃荒废农地。若不是上Openrice搜寻南丫岛美食,必定会错过的。香草园极具田园自然气息,以天然环保之物如破烂渔网,树枝等搭建茅屋,并与周遭环境融合为一体。一茅屋内,乃摆放了香草园的各款香草,供游客选购。另一茅屋仅供品茶用的,谢绝游客参观拍照。枱凳均采材自大自然木头,或是竹制枱凳。品茶茅屋後面,有一铁笼,养有一白一灰的兔子,以及一只鹦鹉。是日提供的茶有香茅斑兰甜菊和洛神花甜菊黄姜,每壼$70大元。香田园种植了不少不知名的香草,据闻有两位农夫,中年农夫冲完茶递给客人後,就会去忙着打理农作物。客人享用茶水,离开前,自行把费用放入玻璃樽内。这一种互信的付款方法,在香港还是首次遇上。洛神花甜菊黄姜茶一壼大约可斟满4-5杯熟茶,热茶入口带一阵香而不辣的姜味,且夹杂着丝丝的甜味和菊香,洛神花味儿却不太突出,冬日驱寒暖胃佳选也。与小姐俩人,呆坐茅屋下,凝望绿田园,静看兔跑鸟飞,细听天籁合奏,叹一杯热茶,人生一大乐事也!离开时,走到近入口处,方发现地下刻有“Hernoland"。 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级3 2013-08-06
2714 浏览
 和朋友入南丫岛行下,因为自己都锺意大自然;入来之前也知道有此地方所以专程行去试下。去到门口,好有田园气息。入面环境有特色,不过是开放式设计;差一点热死本来想点其他,不过冰冻的只有它。可能真是太热太口渴,饮一口的时候这种冰凉感觉加上香矛和金菊清新的味道,立刻暑气全消。再来一杯唔该。 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
吃到饱饱之後,时值正午,我们一起向第二站进发,走出榕树头大街之後,向着洪圣爷湾方向一直走一直走,在日晒之下也走到满头大汗了,直到看见沙滩,我们停下来看看海,拍拍照,再向前走,就看到绿油油的一个农庄入口,和"Herboland"的招牌,孤陋寡闻的苹果茶一直都不知道南丫岛有这麽一个世外桃园,找游玩资料的时候,看到这个喝花茶的好地方,才认识由两位年青人开设的有机农场,原来是那麽吸引,比起平日的繁嚣生活紧张节奏,彷佛是走到了另一片天地,从没有过的清新空气,坐下来乘着微风,反而比刚才的小店更舒适凉快。穿过各式花圃,会看见有一个竹篱笆间隔成的空间,内里有雪柜变成的书柜,木头造成的椅子和桌子,完全是田园的感觉,可爱摆设亦另有一种味道。苹果茶选了是日精选的冻香茅甜菊茶($30),从热热的泳滩走到这片绿色天地,呷一口清凉甜味的花茶,悠悠渗着香茅叶的味道,人生一大乐事也,浮着的冰内还藏着一朵粉红色的花(不知道什麽花),别致用心的感觉。棚内还有几只兔子,和一只鹦鹉,鹦鹉很黏人的,会跟着人的手左右两边摆动~同行的朋友仔好喜欢牠呢。第一次觉得,大自然的吸引之处。 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级3 2011-10-13
1636 浏览
由索罟行到洪圣爷, 路经此地, 歇一歇脚, 从没想到拜金的香港也有纯朴的一面.抛开了人闲烟火, 於小岛中推砌一个充满欧陆风情的田园, 这两年青人的理念, 令人心情为之一振. 香草各式各样的穿插田野, 每种都有标示香草名称, 令人增益不少. 整间茶舍混入大自然, 给人一种舒畅. 饮品单列出数十种茶品及其功效, 花多眼乱. 不大懂香草茶的友人, 来一杯是日推介 - 涷香茅甜菊茶, 甜菊(Stevia)是天然增甜剂, 甜中带点甘草味, 清新的香茅散发淡淡柠檬香, 涤烦解渴,茶面浮着的冰, 内藏有薄荷叶, 带来另一种凉快. 眼见田园中翠绿茂盛的香蜂草(Lemon Balm), 差点想偷摘一片来细味一番(在田园中严禁采摘喔!), 店主见此, 就摘下一束, 给我来一杯热香蜂草单品, 没甜, 柠檬香带着一种草青味, 小弟偏好正是这种. 上一次我嚐到这种味, 已经是两年前, 那时我还在英国, 闲时到後园采摘香草弄茶, 人生一乐也.. 由帐篷钢架搭建成的茶室, 简朴得来却目不睱给, 变成书柜的旧冰箱, 桌上的小鱼缸, 兔子在笼里跑跳, 鹦鹉学舌, 静听蟀唧, 刹那间彷佛脱俗. 然而, 闲人众多, 大都是走马看花的白丁. 能会心欣赏, 享受宁静, 坐下谈笑的, 都是陋室鸿儒. 继续阅读
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It is Hong Kong’s only organic herb garden. The garden is a lustrous fusion of over 40 types of herbs with their names written in Chinese and English on colorful recycled glass bottles, a black rabbit and a white rabbit and a brown rabbit lounging or digging or climbing up a big tire in a huge long cage, a tent displaying all kinds of herb products in varied sizes with prizes ranging from HK$20 to HK$60, and a tea tent for customers to enjoy a short escape from time with a cup of hot herb tea or a glass of cold one. The tea tent is decorated with numerous sparkling handicrafts, an old refrigerator-turned bookshelf and pots of herbs clustering on the center of the low, square tables made of bamboo. As if framed into a still life painting, the tent shimmers with a piece of soft, soothing piano music flowing and murmuring in the air.I was too lazy to go through the long list of herbs and their benefits. When I saw the names of two kinds of cold tea written on the small blackboard, I thought a cup of cold tea would just do me good since I’d felt really hot and thirsty. So I ordered a cup of German chamomile tea with stevia. Then I saw on another small blackboard beside that I can get two low fat, low sugar cookies adding HK$15 – well, not cheap, but again good for me, a huge fan of cookie, so I also ordered the cookies. Cold Tea: German Chamomile with Stevia (HK$30)The appearance of the tea was appealing already – a small glass full of golden-brown liquid with four cubes of ice floating on the surface, three green leaves frozen inside the ice cubes, tiny crystal water drops covering the glass like dews – it almost looked like a piece of art made of frozen amber.Careful not to ruin the delicate beauty, I took a sip, and the natural sweetness immediately spread all over my tongue. It was a bit cloying though – I guess it may be the natural aggressiveness of plants.When the ice cubes melted, a piece of leaf floated into my mouth with tea. Chewing the leaf tenderly, I felt a minty sweetness lingering in my mouth, so refreshing! Lemongrass and Rosemary Cookies (HK$15)I waited for a few minutes for the cookies. I don’t know if the cookies were freshly baked, but it made me happy that they were served in warmth. They were not very puffy and cakey, nor crumbling or chewy. The texture of them were somewhere between a cracker and a cookie.They didn’t have a rich buttery flavor. Instead, the flavor of herbs stood strong. They were not sweet either, but I never expected them to be sweet, because it was stated clearly on the blackboard that the cookies are low fat and low sugar. Even though I love cookies with a lot of butter (yes, it’s super fatty), I certainly enjoyed this special taste of nature and health. But I’m not sure if everyone can enjoy the taste as I did.Gary and Gavin are the owners of the garden. Before starting the garden in 2003, they were designers living and working in the mainland of Hong Kong. This article of mine has more of their story: http://killuazxy.wordpress.com/2010/12/02/the-root/ 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)