Step By Step Guide To Steep Hot Tea

Pleasure can only be extracted from a fine tea, steeped with care. Following are the step wise rituals that are suggested by Republic of Tea’s Minister of Fire & Water for infusing hot tea:

Heat Your Water To The Right Point

Let’s begin with the water – component that brings true potential to your tea. Fresh water yields a stronger cup. We always suggest using filtered, spring, or bottled drinking water.

Fill the kettle with fresh & cold water; heat it to a rolling boil. In case you are making green tea or white tea, don’t boil too much because you need to avoid “cooking” the delicate tea.

If you’re employing a teapot, heat it first by swirling/moving it in a splash of steamy water and then pour it out.

Plan on using about 1 teaspoon of tea/herbs or 1 tea bag per six-ounce cup. If you intend to use whole leaf tea, put tea in infusing basket or teapot.

Time Your Steeping – Search Out Ideal Time

Stream water over the tea, cover it if you are using a teapot, and infuse to taste. Different types of tea take different infusing times. Test to search out your ideal time, however beware – don’t steep for too long or you’ll notice your tea has gone bitter or acidic.

Enjoy Your Hot Tea In Perfect Style

Take out the tea bag or infuser; you can use a filter for the leaves. Pour the steaming tea into a cup and let it cool perfectly for an instant.

Taste it, Let the infusion delight your palate. Relish the nuances, the amazing quality & character.
This is the ideal style of drinking tea.