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When making tea, how many grams of tea leaves should be right ?

When making tea, how many grams of tea leaves should be right ?

When we first start making tea, we always have a problem: how many grams of this tea should be just right? In this case, we usually take the tea master's suggestion as the standard. For example, there is a popular and easy rule to remember "three, four, seven, eight". With normal size Gaiwan and about 110 ml water for brewing, the amount of tea is 3 grams for green tea, 4 grams for black tea, 7 to 8 grams for all oolong tea such as rock tea, and 8 grams for black tea such as ripe tea. The suggestion of...


Do you have any misunderstanding about that drink tea make lose weight?

Do you have any misunderstanding about that drink tea make lose weight?

There are many benefits to drinking tea, but the one that has always been the focus of attention is “slimming and fat-reducing”. Even some people who don't have the habit of drinking tea will be very excited to hear the word, and quickly throw a bag of tea bags into the mug.  I have heard friends say: drinking tea can really lose weight! When I drink tea, it is too easy to hungry. The stomach is empty, there is a sense of "burning fat at any time"! If you go on like this, you should be thinner in the summer?...


When is the best time to pour out the tea soup?

When is the best time to pour out the tea soup?

  To brew a pot of good tea, it is critical to pour out the soup time, which affects the taste of a cup of tea. And many tea friends don't know how long it takes for a brewed tea to pour out the tea soup, which makes the taste of the brewing sometimes good and sometimes bad. Green tea: pour out the first tea soup in 12 seconds Green tea is unfermented tea. Most of the nutrients of fresh leaves are preserved in tea. When brewing, the water temperature should not be too high, and the brewing time should...


What is the foam on the surface of the tea soup?

What is the foam on the surface of the tea soup?

When brewing tea, due to the oscillation of the water flow, the surface of the tea soup will produce foam, which is --- tea saponin. Someone compared it to the dirt produced after boiling food. When brewing tea and take it "scrape" off, in fact, it is a misunderstanding and waste.   Tea saponin is a complex structure glycoside compound. Tea saponin is bitter and spicy, difficult to dissolve in cold water, and slightly acidic between pH 5.6--5.7. Has a strong foaming power, is not affected by water hardness, it is generally foam rich taste of tea is relatively strong....


Why is the tea you brewing so bitter and astringent?

Why is the tea you brewing so bitter and astringent?

In the impression of many people, tea is bitter and not good to drink. Or, the same is tea, why is it good taste to drink tea in the shop? You are brewing at home but not having that taste? Many people, have not to the taste of the tea rich taste that gave it up, really a pity. In fact, it is not difficult to brew a cup of tea that is not bitter and astringent. Newcomers just need to grasp the two aspects of tea and water.   Tea, pay attention to two aspects of tea quality and...

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