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Tips for Brewing the Perfect Cup of Tea

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We usually like to drink tea when we’re sitting at our comfortable chair in our favorite spot at home while either reading a book or listening to music or just enjoying doing nothing but enjoying the beautiful taste of the drink. It may seem like brewing a cup of tea is something you just do that you take for granted, but you’re about to find out how wrong you are. Drinking the perfect cup of tea that is just the right taste makes all the difference in your mood, especially for people who really love tea.

Since we understand the importance of perfecting your drink’s taste and how it affects your day, we decided to give you these amazing tips on how to brew the perfect cup that takes you to heaven as long as you’re drinking it.

How to Boil Water Just Right

Boiling water is pretty easy, and one of the main factors affecting your tea taste is the boiling. Whether you use an electric kettle or a teapot, you need to pour the water inside your cup with your teabag inside once it boils. Don’t leave it to boil too long if you’re using a teapot because this reduces the oxygen in the water, which changes the taste of your drink. If you prefer loose tea or tea leaves, don’t put them dry inside your cup. When using a teapot, add one to two spoons and water. If you’re using fresh leaves, use a filter, pour the boiling water on the leaves, and watch the color change inside your cup.

Brew Healthy Infusions

There is more to tea than just enjoying a morning or afternoon beverage. Tea comes in numerous colors, infusions, and tastes. Some teas are incredibly healthy and organic. According to tea wizards at, organic teas infused with herbs and fruits have wonderful health benefits that many people are unaware of. These healthy beverages help you get rid of toxins in your body, as well as boost your metabolism and help you burn fat. Organic tea infusions also taste delicious.

Always Boil Fresh Water

Many people get lazy or think that they need to reboil the water, so they don’t waste what’s inside the pot or the kettle. Studies have proven that reboiling water makes it unhealthy and dramatically changes the taste of whatever you’re drinking. Always put freshwater, preferably filtered, in the kettle of the pot to boil.

Brewing Time

Each tea type requires its own brewing time. White tea, for example, requires about 2 to 3 minutes tops to brew, while black tea takes about 3 to 5 minutes. Herbal tea, on the other hand, and fruit tea takes about 4 to 8 minutes. This brewing time is the time you need to leave the tea settled in your cup to drink the heavenly cup you want.

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Milk or No Milk

It all depends on your taste. Some people consider people who drink their tea without milk monsters, while others think quite the opposite. Although, fruit and herbal infusions usually taste better and are more healthy without milk. Whether you like to drink your favorite beverage with or without milk is all up to you. Milk definitely adds a magical touch sometimes.

When to Add Milk

This is one of the things that people will forever argue about; should you put the milk before you pour the tea, or should you do the opposite? The taste will probably not be different, but some people prefer to put milk first to protect the cup from being smashed if you put boiling water directly into it. Although, this isn’t an issue if you drink your tea in a mug. Either way, it will still be marvelously delicious.

For a Stronger Taste…

The longer you leave your tea to brew, the stronger the taste becomes. Some people prefer lighter tastes, while others need to feel their drink’s strong, deep taste. Choose the right brewing time to get the perfect quality of your drink.

For people who love tea, this beverage is like poetry. They like to fill their senses with the magical taste that puts them in the right mood. The perfect brew may differ from one person to the other, but the basics are the same; when and how to boil the water and the amount of tea are unquestionable. Enjoy your beautiful cup!

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