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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....


How can the taste of the tea be soft and fragrant?

How can the taste of the tea be soft and fragrant?

| Why cook tea? "Brewing is not as good as cooking." Cooking tea is like stewing soup. Long-term stewing allows the inner material of the tea to be completely released, making the tea soup richer and sweetness.    | What tea is appropriate for cooking? Tea must be selected first, and tea with a certain degree of fermentation is appropriate for cooking. Fermented dark tea such as Pu'er cooked tea and Fu brick. Its raw material contains more leaf stalks and is full of pectin. This type of tea boils and drinks the quality of the sublimation tea, making the...

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