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Homemade Tea - how to make porcelain dinnerware

by:Two Eight     2019-09-15
Homemade Tea  -  how to make porcelain dinnerware
A cup of homemade tea is a soothing drink that will make you feel refreshed.
In this article, we will discuss how to prepare this refreshing drink.
I remember the only reason I used to enjoy reading English classics was that their description of afternoon tea and high tea was very colorful and detailed.
In all of these classics, afternoon tea is usually accompanied by delicate pastries, cream and jam scones and small sandwiches.
I really enjoyed the idea of having afternoon tea so much that I would buy pastries and scones from a local deli to reproduce the same atmosphere as described in the book.
However, I would like to make my own tea in order to reproduce and enjoy the escape activities in the afternoon.
Tea is easy to make and there are a lot of changes to the basic recipe.
For those hot and stuffy afternoons, you can have hot tea or herbal tea.
There are also many varieties of tea, including black tea, green tea, Oolong Tea, Earl Grey tea, white tea, etc.
In addition, there are many varieties of tea that are made from a mix of different teas.
In addition, there are tea of various flavors such as chocolate, coffee, mint or brandy.
Jasmine tea, litchi tea, Orchid tea and mint tea are the most popular seasoning tea.
Tea is also classified according to where it is planted, some of the most famous teas are Indian tea, Chinese tea, Japanese tea and Ceylon tea.
The harvest, drying and processing of tea leaves and the climate in which tea leaves are grown can affect the taste of brewing.
So the taste of Indian tea and Ceylon tea or Japanese tea is very different.
There are regional differences in the taste of tea grown in the same country.
So the Assam tea from India is a strong, strong tea.
The wine is rich and almost malt, while the taste of daijiling tea is light and crisp, and the taste is more subtle.
Boil water in the kettle and pour a cup of tea in the teapot.
Drop the water s in the teapot and throw it out.
Add 1 teaspoon of tea to the teapot and pour the remaining boiling water into the teapot.
Cover it with the lid of the teapot and put a tea on it for comfort.
Let the leaves soak in hot water for about 5 minutes.
Pour the tea into the cup and filter the tea carefully.
Add a tablespoon of sugar to each cup and mix it with a spoon.
Your steaming black tea is ready.
Boil water in the kettle and put green tea into the teapot.
Crush the mint leaves and add them to the teapot with sugar.
Pour boiling water into the teapot and cover it.
Let the tea soak for about 5 minutes and then filter the tea. is ready.
Fill the kettle with water and heat it to 80 to 85 °c.
Be careful not to boil water because boiling water can spoil the taste of green tea.
Place the green tea in the tea filter and then place the tea filter on the teacup.
Pour hot water into the filter and soak tea for 1 to 2 minutes.
Do not let the green tea soak for more than 2 minutes, otherwise the taste of the tea will burn.
Boil water in the kettle and place tea, dried coriander, dried chrysanthemum, lemon grass and dry lemon balm in the teapot.
Pour boiling water into the teapot and cover it with a lid.
Let the tea soak for a period of time, then filter the liquid and pour it into the teacup.
Your tea is ready.
If you don't like the taste of herbal tea, you can add some natural sweeteners such as honey.
So, these are some of the tea recipes you can prepare at home.
Always use the best quality tea to get the most wonderful brewing and store the tea in a airtight container.
Now that you know how to make tea, you can taste its delicious and wonderful aromas.
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