The art of tea making

Tea is a fine gift of nature. By treating it with the utmost care, from tree to a cup, we ensure the highest quality. The main task of a tea lover is to prepare it properly. Learn the 5 main factors in making excellent tea.

Tea quantity

Mild or strong?

To make a medium-strength tea cup (200 ml), 1-2 teaspoons of tea mixture are needed.

Space

Do tea leaves need a space to expand?

Tea leaves need a free space to expand and move after watering.

Water quality

98% of tea is water

Water quality is important to get the best out of tea. It determines the taste, aroma and overall enjoyment of tea.

Temperature

How hot should the water be?

The temperature of the water determines how much amino acid, taste and smell is distributed in the tea cup. Fine tea leaves, such as white and green, require 70-80 ° C, while darker teas, such as oolong and black, require 80-90 ° C.

Time

How long should the tea be allowed to infuse?

Each tea has its own optimal infusion time, during which you can get its full taste. If you keep the tea for too long, there is a risk of too much infusion. We recommend that you follow the preparation instructions which you will find on the packaging, carefully developed by our tea experts.

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