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Water Temperature Effect on the Tea Quality

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In the tea brewing process, the brewing water temperature is different, and the performance of the tea presented will also be different. Generally speaking, tea brewed at low temperature is more delicate and mild, and tea brewed at high temperature is richer.

Depending on the type of tea, it is important to use different water temperatures for brewing. Can be divided into cold water brewing, low-temperature brewing, medium-temperature brewing, high-temperature brewing.

? Choose the right water temperature for brewing according to different tea leaves. Make the green tea clearer. Make the black tea as crystal clear as amber. Make the dark tea more intense.

So that all kinds of tea can give play to its characteristics, you will get the best quality tea soup!

Brew in Cold Water

Generally refers to the use of room temperature water, cold water, ice cubes to brew tea in summer, referred to as cold brewing.

The advantage of cold brewing is that the taste is sweet and not bitter. The sweet amino acids and soluble carbohydrates in the tea will be precipitated in cold water first, and the bitter and astringent flavonoids are not easy to dissolve in cold water, so the tea tastes better. However, it is recommended to choose hot drinks as much as possible when the physique is cold or at night.

Low-temperature Brewing

Generally refers to 70 ℃-80 ℃, This temperature is suitable for brewing non-fermented teas, such as the Longjing tea, Jingshan tea, Guizhou Queshe, Biluochun Tea, etc. from the first collection. Low temperature brewing makes the tea clearer and brighter, and the characteristics and fragrance of the tea can be complete to show.

Medium-temperature Brewing

Generally refers to 80 ℃ -90 ℃, this temperature is suitable for more mature unfermented tea. For example, Lu’an Melon Seed Tea and Bai Hao Yinzhen make the flower buds unfold at the most suitable temperature, with a refreshing taste and strong aroma, making the tea quality better than other water temperatures.

High-temperature Brewing

Generally refers to 90 ℃-100 ℃, this temperature is suitable for fully fermented black tea, fermented black tea, and some old white tea, these types of tea are relatively strong. Use high-temperature water to make the tea Aromatic substances release the aroma better, and the quality of tea is the best.

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