Precautions For Making Tea In China Tea Suppliers

  • Tea is a superior beverage that is good for health. It is one of the three major beverages in the world, but making tea is a technical matter. The technology of making tea includes three elements: the first is the amount of tea, the second is the temperature of the tea The third is the brewing time. Below, Zhenan China Tea Suppliers will introduce in detail several major items that should be paid attention to when brewing tea.

       (1) Use thermos cups to make tea: ceramic pots and cups are suitable for tea, but thermos cups are not suitable. Because the tea is brewed in a thermos cup, the tea is kept at a high temperature for a long time, and a part of the aromatic oil in the tea escapes, which reduces the fragrance; the tannic acid and theophylline leached out are too much, which has a bitter and astringent taste, and therefore also loses part of the nutrients.

      (2) Brewing tea with boiling water: Brewing tea with boiling water will destroy many nutrients. For example, vitamin C, P, etc., will be destroyed when the water temperature exceeds 80 ℃, and too much tannic acid and other substances are easily dissolved, which makes the tea have a bitter and astringent taste. Therefore, the water temperature for making tea should generally be controlled at 70°C-80°C. Especially for green tea, if the temperature is too high, China Chunmee Green Tea will become black tea after soaking, and lose the original fragrance and cool taste of green tea.