What is the ideal temp for making a cup of tea?
This information is taken from www.baxtertea.com
Black Tea and Rooibos - Boiling water works best
Oolong Tea - The ideal temperature is 180-190F.
Green Tea - Allow the water to come to a boil and then have it cool for about a minute. The ideal temperature is 140-170F.
When making tea, you pour hot water over the tea for the best results. If you are using loose tea, which is not in a bag, you put the tea into a small strainer for that purpose, making it easy to pull out of the tea. Or, you can pour the tea into your cup through a small strainer that fits on the cup.
Nursery Tea - English version Ingredients: 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon Hot Tea, strongly brewed 1 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract Method: Heat milk along with the vanilla, add the sugar and stir to dissolve. Add the strong tea. When I make this I use the Cambric version and add a little vanilla. I am usually making a cup of tea for myself and just use some tea in my cup for the nursery…
There are two types of cups for "tea time", Cup A - one has a handle & is shorter in height, (western style cup) Cup B - the other doesn't have a handle & is taller in height. (Asian style cup for tea) press left Button to pour tea into the left cup & middle button to pour tea into the right cup. Game objective: Only pour tea into Cup B. So press the correct…