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How To Make Green Tea
Posted By Tipnut On February 3, 2009 @ 6:04 am In Food Tips | 3 Comments
Since I began enjoying green teas, I learned there’s an art to making it and the process is a bit different than brewing a regular batch. Once you start dabbling with good quality loose teas, you become very particular about how to make it.
First some tips:
To re-steep your leaves, add a minute for each steeping. For example:
Some teas can get more than three steepings, especially if they’re very fresh and of good quality. Experiment and see what happens!
*These directions of for good quality, loose varieties
As you can see, getting the best cup possible is a bit of a process but it’s worth it! You can experiment with the measured amount of tea (for a stronger or weaker batch based on preference), but do watch the water temperature and the steeping time–go wrong on these two points and your lovely green tea becomes a bitter drink.
Also make sure to check out this reference guide  to learn more about varieties and benefits it has to offer.
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