How to Brew Green Tea Properly
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The Proper Way To Brew Green Tea
The Proper Way To Brew Green Tea
Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves that have not undergone the same withering and oxidation process used to make oolong Tea and black tea.
How To Brew Green Tea :
Makes 1 cup (multiply as desired)
What You Need For Brew Green Tea :
6 ounces water, plus more if pre-warming the pot or cup
2 grams or about 1 teaspoon loose-leaf green tea
Equipment For Green Tea :
Kettle to boil water
Scale or measuring spoon
Filter or strainer
Tea cup for serving
Method For Brew Green Tea :
Heat the water: Place the water in a tea kettle and heat it to 160°F to 180°F. Alternatively, bring the water to a boil and then let it rest until it cools to the correct temperature. If you do not have a thermometer to measure the specific temperature, heat the water to just short of boiling. Traditionally Japanese green teas and spring teas are brewed at lower temperatures (160°F to 170°F) and standard Chinese green teas at higher temperatures (170°F to 180°F).
Pre-warm the teapot or cup (optional): Pour a small amount of boiling water into the pot or cup. When the pot or cup is warm, pour out the water.
Measure the tea leaves: Using a scale, measure 2 grams of tea leaves. Alternatively, measure 1 teaspoon of tea leaves.
Place the leaves in the teapot or cup: Place the tea leaves in the pot or cup, either directly or in an infuser.
Pour the water: Pour the water over the tea leaves.
Cover the teapot or cup: Place the lid on the teapot, or if using a cup, cover it with a lid or a small saucer.
Steep the tea: Depending on the particular variety, the tea should steep for 1 to 3 minutes. Small leaves generally infuse more quickly than large leaves. Set a timer for 1 minute. Taste the tea at 1 minute and then every 30 seconds until it is to your liking.
Stop the infusion: As soon as the tea is ready, remove the leaves by lifting out the infuser or pouring the tea through a strainer.
Recipe Notes :
Reusing tea leaves: Whole tea leaves can often be steeped 2 to 3 times, producing new flavors with each subsequent brew. Traditionally the water temperature is increased slightly for Chinese green teas and decreased slightly for Japanese green teas.
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How to Brew Japanese Green Tea (Sencha) 煎茶の淹れ方
Today, I want to show you how I brew Japanese green tea (Sencha) with Kyusu. For me, Sencha is like speciality coffee. I love to try different single-origin Sencha from different farmers. Just like the brewing of speciality coffee is crucial, it is essential to learn the good manner to brew Sencha to achieve the best taste. I hope you enjoy brewing Sencha with Kyusu and seeking your own best way!;)
Ingredients (for 2 cups of tea):
2 tbsp tea leaves
120ml hot water
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How do you make tea? Chances are you’ve been doing it wrong.
For many people in China, brewing tea is a ritual akin to meditation. And there is a proper ceremony called gongfu cha.
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Black tea is best with one spoon per person and this teapot is quite big so I’m using two and I’m going to use freshly boiled water.
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How to brew a perfect cup of tea with teabags, by Tea Taster Dominic Marriott
I’m going to show you how to brew the perfect cup of
tea using a teabag. When people are using teabags
they are often in a rush, and they don’t make the tea
The first thing you should do is take your teabag and
put it in your cup. Some people would actually also like
to warm the cup first so that it will help the tea brew.
Next, we need to take freshly boiled water. If the water
is already boiled, it would have lost a lot of oxygen and
that will mean the tea won’t brew properly and the resulting
infusion will be flat and dull. So, you must always
use freshly drawn water and allow the water to come
fully to the boil. It should reach 100° Celsius for the tea
to brew properly. So as the kettle is now coming to the
boil we just turn it off so again it doesn’t over boil and
lose all the oxygen. Then pour this straight onto the
teabag. So, we want the tea to brew as close to 100°
Celsius so it gets a really good infusion.
My Managing Director always tells me that you should
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do if you’ve got a saucer, is cover that over to help keep
the heat in. This is where people often go wrong with
a teabag. They will stand and dunk a teabag and as
soon as the colour looks about right they will think it’s
ready to drink. Teabag tea is the same as any tea, it
needs time for the full flavour to come out. For teabags,
we say you must give it a minimum of three minutes to
So we have now given the tea a good three minutes to
brew. Take the saucer off and we will just give the tea
a little bit of a dunk to help it mix even better. Now it’s
looking like it’s got a good strong colour, but the flavour
will also have come out. Take this teabag out. Also give
it a little bit of a squeeze to get all the flavour out.
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How do you steep green tea to get the absolute best result? What if you don't even know what kind of green tea it is? Do you want the best tips and hacks for making green tea? Here are the answers! Perhaps surprisingly, the best way to make green tea is not in a gaiwan, Yixing teapot or gongfu tea style. In this video we show 3 different ways of steeping green tea, featuring famous green teas, Huangshan Mao Feng, Bi Luo Chun, and Anji Bai Cha. Simply by observing the tea leaves, you can determine the best way to brew any green tea, whether it is Long Jing (Dragon Well), Liu An Gua Pian or anything else.
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How to brew a perfect cup of tea with loose tea, by Tea Taster Dominic Marriot
We have gone to a lot of effort to source high quality teas and it is really important, that you make the tea properly, to allow the flavour to come out.
The first thing is that you should warm the teapot with hot water. This means that when you actually come to brew the tea, the cold teapot won’t cool the water too much, so the tea will then brew properly. So just give that a little swirl around, pour it away. Next you take our tea. We have our tea here in a nice tea caddy,
that’s very important, because to store tea properly, you
need to keep it airtight and away from moisture. You
can add as much tea, as you want, that’s personal
taste. The traditional measurement that we give is one
teaspoon per person, and one extra spoon for the pot.
So, I am going to make the tea for two people here, so
I am going to put in three teaspoonfuls.
The next stage which is very, very important is that when
you use the water for your tea, you use fresh water. If
you use water which you already boiled, a lot of the
oxygen will have come out of it, so it won’t brew
properly and the resulting tea will be very flat. So we
are going to take some fresh water. So here in our tea
tasting room, we have a special tap, which has filters
and softeners on it. It is always better to use filtered
water if possible, because that will remove any
impurities, which will affect the taste of the tea. So let
the water come to a rolling boil. It must reach boiling
point - 100 degree celsius. You don’t want to over-boil
it because, again if it over-boils, a lot of the oxygen will
come out. OK, so the water is just starting to boil now.
Most modern electric kettles tend to actually over boil
the water. So, as soon as this will come up to a right
level, (see it’s just starting to roll now) I am going to
actually switch it off, so it doesn’t over-boil and I am
going to pour that straight onto the tea. And I am also
going to put the tea cosy over the top, just to keep that
as warm as possible.
You really need to give the tea a good amount of time,
to allow the full flavour to come out. The colour will
actually develop quite quickly, but the flavour will take
longer, and we say for loose tea, the minimum time you
must give the tea is 5 minutes.
So now the tea had a good 5 minutes to properly
brew, we are ready to drink it. Next thing we should
do is give it a stir, just to mix it up a little bit. And then,
we can pour it out into the cup. So now, it is really
ready for you to drink – how ever you prefer; just drink
it black like that, or with a touch of milk, lemon or sugar.
That’s really up to you.
So that’s really how to make the perfect cup of loose tea.
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