I do it sometimes because its faster but I wonder if it kills the antioxidants and benefits of tea?
“Are you insane? I understand there is some controversy surrounding the correct method for making a proper cup of tea.”
I got scared when I saw the word insane lol
I thought they were talking about me.
Blech. Can’t have a good cuppa without using a proper kettle.
Also? Covid. Scientists from a certain country have a real street cred issue right now.
I remember loose leaf tea . One teaspoon for each person and one for the pot. Warm the teapot beforehand. My parents had a plastic tea dispenser that hung on the wall. My father liked his tea to be strong ’ Having lived in the States for the last 39 years I wonder whether he’s less particular about his cup of tea.
I also like my tea strong, my parents can’t drink it haha
My father also likes red wine. . Tannic acid!
Some think it’s in the aroma that drifts up in the tea making process.
It’s more aesthetic than the microwaves’ voice
The Japanese perfected The tea ceremony.
It’s beautiful to watch and there are schools to teach it. You can buy the powdered tea to make it yourself but the ritual is beautiful.
Lol. Quite agree. Being an Englishman i know how to make a decent cuppa lol.
@anon94176359. Lol - I knew you would like that
You know me too well friend!
I have matcha tea, I use it in protein/fruit shakes or in hot water. I wanted to make matcha cake but my mom is too lazy.
Very nice!!! I couldn’t watch and read the subtitles at the same time but it was interesting !!
Tea came originally from China then through trade to India then to England if I have my history right but you may want to check that. But I think that’s what happened
Yes! I do believe your right. it came over to the uk - when we invaded the place hundreds of years ago lol.
I’ll microwave the water in the cup for about 2 to 3 minutes then I’ll add the teabag.
Comes out good.
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