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How To Brew Tea The Right Way?

February 20, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 128

There are various ways to brew tea. Cultures and regions define the type and its brewing methods. In fact, the main two factors that determine how the tea needs to be brewed:

1. Type: Every type of tea has a different brewing procedure. Whether it is a green, black or herbal tea, you can enjoy the maximum flavor if you brew them the right way.

2. Taste of drinker: How strong the person likes the tea to be? Brewing time will depend on the amount of flavor desired.

Get Fresh Tea For Best Results!

Usually, tea comes in small packs/bags and also in the form of loose leaves. It all depends upon you, which one to use. One consideration is common; it should be fresh.

The most important thing to keep in mind is to take your time to brew, whatever way you follow. This will result in a much better cup of tea. If you want to fully enjoy your cup, learn how to brew it right way.

In this article, I will discuss three types which have different ways to brew.

Green Tea: I like teabags to prepare green tea. Use fresh water and boil it. To prepare one cup, use one and a half cup of water. When the water is boiled, pour it into the cup and immediately immerse a teabag. Cover the cup for one, two or three minutes, depending upon how strong you like it. Swirl the teabag well in the cup before taking it out. Your green tea is ready.

Black Tea: I like loose leaves to prepare black tea. Black teabags do not give the desired results to my liking. Use double the quantity of fresh water; to prepare one cup, use two cups of fresh water. Boil it and then throw one teaspoon leaves for one cup. Mix the leaves well and again cover the pot for one more boil. Once the tea is boiled, use the strainer to pour into cup. Cover the cup for one to two minutes or so before using. You can and milk and sugar as per your liking.

Herbal Tea: Procedure of brewing herbal tea is different than green or black tea. Usually these need longer duration for preparation and there are many types of herbal and every tea brewing method is different. You must read the specific instructions for each type of herbal tea to get the best results.

Enjoy Your Cup Of Tea

Tea is the best drink to keep you fresh and healthy. Enjoy it by brewing it in the best possible way. Remember these points:

Use fresh leaves / bags and fresh waterNever re-heat; always prepare a new cupLean new ways and try new different types to have more fun and enjoyment.Take time and enjoy your tea.

So, what are you waiting for? Get a good tea and start brewing yourself!

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