Tea brewing is both exquisite and skillful. Many people have good tea but can't get good tea, but they know that their tea making skills need to be improved. How to make a pot of tea, must master three basic elements: tea, tea set, water.

There are many types of tea, and everyone's habits are different. There is no way to say who is good or who is bad, as long as you choose your favorite tea.

Tea-making utensils have a great influence on the benefit of making tea with the texture of the teapot. The types of teapots include teapots, bowls and cups. The material can be divided into pottery, porcelain and glass.

The tea set is the first to promote the purple sand teapot and porcelain tea set. The most commonly used tea drinking is the glass, and some stainless steel, enamel, paper and so on. Since the daily work is busy, a cup of tea is often divided into several drinks, and the middle is often covered with a lid to prevent dust, so that when you come back to drink tea, it will not taste.

For making green tea, it is ideal to use colorless and transparent glass. When brewing Tieguanyin and Dahongpao, consider using a clay teapot or purple teacup. Due to the good air permeability, the tea is not likely to change flavor. For brewing black tea, consider using a glass tea set, which dissipates heat quickly, the tea is not easy to change its flavor, and you can also watch the bright soup color.

It is very important to choose a tea set. The principle is to like it yourself, to have it handy, to have good water, and to suit the type of tea. In addition, pay attention to the cleanliness and drying of the tea set, because the tea contains protein that is prone to decay. If it is not washed, it will affect the quality of the tea and the health of the body.

Water is the mother of tea, and understanding the water quality is the first requirement for making good tea. The quality of the water will directly affect the quality of the tea soup. If the water quality is not good, it is difficult to show the characteristics, color, aroma and taste of the tea. The water quality is divided into soft water and hard water. The so-called soft water is that it tastes smooth and refreshing; hard water is poor sliding, which stimulates the mouthpiece.

The Tea Classic says that mountain spring water is the best, followed by rivers and lakes, and well water is worse. Now there are tap water, purified water, and mineral water. The best choice is mountain spring water, but for the general public, tap water is the most common. When boiling water, it is not advisable to boil too much. In this way, too little oxygen in the water will affect the activity of the tea, and the caffeine will quickly precipitate out, resulting in the tea color being too dark, not resistant to foam, and bitter taste.

Every time you make a good drink, pour it into a fair cup and drink it slowly. Do not soak it in the pot for too long, otherwise the cooked tea will be bad. The steeping time of the tea leaves depends on the conditions of the tea leaves. Generally, the pressed tea can be shorter, the loose tea can be longer, the amount of tea can be slightly shorter, the amount of tea can be slightly longer, just start brewing It's a little shorter, and it can be a little longer if you soak for a long time.

At the entrance of the tea soup, stop for a moment and feel the mellowness of the tea. As a senior tea friend, you must not only learn to choose good tea, but also learn to make good tea and taste good tea!

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