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How To Brew The Perfect Cup Of Tea

At Nature’s Tea Leaf we want the process of making tea to be part of your daily routine. To assist you in making this a simple and hassle-free addition, we offer easy to follow guidelines.

It is well known that a great cup of hot tea can make any tea lover feel better, but it can become sour and flavorless when not steeped properly. A careful approach to preparing tea can maximize the tea’s taste and health benefits. We recommend that you follow the steeping instructions for each individual tea, view all our steeping instruction here.
 
Using Nature's Tea Maker:
1. Bring water to the appropriate temperature
2. Add the appropriate serving of tea to the TeaMaker
3. Pour in the hot water and steep for the recommended time
4. Press the red button on the lid and watch as your freshly brewed tea fills
the bottom of the tea maker while the leaves remain in the infuser basket.
Nature's Tea Maker
 
Using Infuser Spoon:
1. Bring water to the appropriate temperature
2. Add the appropriate serving of tea to your Infuser Spoon and close spoon
3. Pour the hot water into your cup
4. Place the Infuser Spoon into your cup and steep for the recommended time
5. Remove Infuser Spoon from cup and enjoy
Tea Infuser Spoon
 
Brewing Tip:
Brewing times vary by the type of tea. For example, Herbal tea should be brewed 4-6 minutes and green tea should be brewed for 1 minute. For a stronger cup of tea, add more tea leaves to your brew rather than steeping it beyond the recommended time. Otherwise you may produce a bitter taste in your tea.

Brewing temperatures also vary by the type of tea. White and green teas should be brewed at 175ºF, oolong and black teas should be brewed at 195ºF, and herbal teas should be brewed at 208ºF. However, make note that boiling for extended period of time reduces the amount of oxygen in the water crucial for flavor extraction.

Easy Temperature Guide:
For Black, Herbal, and Pu’erh Tea allow the water to come to a rolling boil then pour over tea leaves
For Oolong Tea, let the boiled water cool down for 1 minute before pouring over tea leaves
For Green and White Tea, let boiled water cool approximately 2 minutes before pouring over tea leaves