Brewing Methods for Oriental Beauty Tea

Bought the best Oriental Beauty Tea but unsure how to brew it? Don’t let incorrect brewing methods ruin good tea. Here are the brewing methods for Oriental Beauty Tea:

Hot Brewing Method

  1. Preparation: Use 1 gram of tea for a 30 ml teapot. For a 150 ml teapot, prepare 5 grams of tea. Place the tea in the teapot and pour in 100 ml of hot water. After about 10 seconds, discard the water. This initial rinse is to wash away dust and broken tea leaves.
  2. First Infusion: Pour 150 ml of hot water into the teapot and let it steep for about 60 seconds. Then, pour out the tea for drinking. For each subsequent infusion, extend the steeping time slightly. Oriental Beauty Tea has strong durability and tastes best from the 3rd to the 5th infusion, and it can be re-brewed up to 7-8 times.
  3. Water Quality and Temperature: It’s best to use natural spring water for brewing Oriental Beauty Tea because tap water is too hard and not suitable. The water temperature should be controlled at around 90 degrees Celsius. If the water temperature is too high or too low, it won’t fully release the tea’s nutrients and aroma, affecting the taste. Too low a temperature will also hinder the tea’s fragrance from developing properly.

Cold Brewing Method

Oriental Beauty Tea can also be brewed using the cold brew method:

  1. Place tea leaves in a container, filling about 1/10 of the container’s volume.
  2. Add clean cold water until the container is about 90% full.
  3. Cover and refrigerate for about 6 to 8 hours before drinking.

Cold brewing effectively controls the release of caffeine in the tea. The chilled tea is a perfect healthy beverage for hot summer days.

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