How to make tea?
When tea is being prepared it is important to correctly combine the amount of tea, the water temperature and the duration of the infusing. The quantity of dry tea used to prepare one cup depends to a great extent on the personal tastes of the consumers. This beverage is prepared to be stronger or weaker through the quantity of tea used, not through the duration of infusing. The temperature of the water that is poured over the tea leaves is determined by their level of fermentation. The pre-boiled water is left to cool until it reaches a temperature suitable for a certain kind of tea. For semi-fermented or unfermented tea, the temperature is lower in order to preserve the antioxidants. The temperature of infusing is higher for the fermented kinds of tea in order to extract the compound polyphenol molecules.