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Tea Making guide:
One Step at a Time

People all over the world love a good cup of tea. Tea has been enjoyed for thousands of years and is consumed daily by millions of people. It is not only a comforting and delicious beverage, but also has many health benefits. Tea contains antioxidants and other beneficial compounds that can improve overall health and well-being. Additionally, the act of making and drinking tea can be a calming and meditative experience, which is why many people enjoy drinking tea as a way to unwind and relax.

Here are the 8 steps to making a nice pot of tea.

1.      Boil water: Fill a kettle or pot with fresh, cold water and place it on the stove or heat source. Bring the water to a boil.

2.      Warm teapot: While the water is boiling, warm up your teapot by pouring some hot water into it and swirling it around. This helps keep your tea warm for longer.

3.      Add tea leaves: Put the desired amount of loose tea leaves or tea bags into the teapot. The general rule of thumb is one teaspoon of loose tea leaves or one tea bag per cup of water. 

4.      Pour water: Once the water has boiled, pour it into the teapot over the tea leaves or tea bags.

5.      Steep tea: Allow the tea to steep for 2–5 minutes, depending on the type of tea you are making. For black tea, 2-3 minutes is recommended, while green tea should be steeped for 3–4 minutes.

6.      Remove tea leaves or bags: After the tea has steeped for the desired amount of time, remove the tea leaves or bags from the teapot.

7.      Pour tea: Carefully pour the tea into a teacup or mug.

8.      Add milk or sugar: If desired, you can add milk or sugar to your tea at this point.

Yes, that’s right. After making your tea, it’s important to take a moment to sit back, relax, and savor your freshly brewed cup of tea. Because tea is not only a comforting and delicious beverage, but it also benefits your health.