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Everyone knows how to consume the tea but one question always stuck in our mind how to prepare the perfect tea that too in homemade style...

Making the ideal cup of tea? You can prepare the ideal cup of tea every time by following the instructions in this wikihow page on the right brew times for various types of tea, how long to mash for, and whether or not to add milk.


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Making a Quality Cup of Tea at Home

  • Beginning with the water : Water is the second-most crucial component, regardless of whether you use tea bags or loose tea. Tea that has off flavours in the water, such as chlorine, iron, or sulphur, is unpleasant to smell and consume. One cup (250 ml) of clean, cold water should be added to an empty kettle. Most uses of tap water are OK, but filtered or spring water is the foundation of a genuinely excellent cup of tea. Never use distilled water or water that has already been boiled. Your water will taste better with more oxygen in it..
  • Warm the kettle : You can use a stovetop tea kettle if you don't have an electric kettle as long as it can heat the water up.
  • The water will be boiled: Hold off until the kettle whistles or shuts off automatically.
    Waiting for the water to cool off is optional. While some teas are steeped in water that is hot, others are steeped in water that is a little cooler. To determine what works best, experiment with your tea.
  • Add the ingredients to the boiling water: Add the ingredient to the boiling water and wait for three to five minutes to let tea steep—more or less depending on the type of tea you are making, and the recommended brewing time. About one minute for green tea. Three to six minutes for black tea. Six to eight minutes for Oolong teas Eight to twelve minutes for herbal teas. Note: if you like stronger tea, don't steep longer—add more tea, instead
  • Add the ingredient required for the taste: Add the sugar, ginger tea leaf and so on.. for the taste you want...leave it for atleast two to five minutes.
  • Indulge in the goodness of tea by sipping the contents of the cup slowly: With your tea, you could choose to serve a platter of cookies or cake and enjoy to goodness of home made tea.

Facts regarding Tea

Nothing beats a calming cup of tea, especially after a long day. With so many new tea blends appearing on supermarket shelves, it can be hard to resist the urge to sample them all, even with their not-so-calming price tags.

In reality, many of these tea kinds are merely regular herbal mixes that are relatively simple to prepare at home. They originate from the easiest, least fussy plants you can find, so you could even go a step further and cultivate your own!

You can experiment with growing herb kinds that are less savoury in character and ideal for enhancing the sweetness or fruitiness of your tea in addition to the conventional herbs.

Lemon verbena has a great flavour and an amazing aroma when forced.