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What are the benefits of tea bags for tea drinking?

Do you think that tea bags are not good for drinking tea?
The truth is, technology has evolved and blending techniques have evolved.
In fact, with the evolution of technology and blending techniques, we are now in an age where we can drink tea with good color and taste.

  • Tea bags are an easy and convenient way to enjoy tea.
    It is easy to clean up the tea leaves.
    It is important to keep tea strainers and tea caddies clean to prevent the growth of mold and other bacteria.
    However, it can be a hassle to clean them every day.
    However, it can be a hassle to take care of them every day, and some people may not feel comfortable washing them every day.
    However, with tea bags, there is no need for a tea strainer or tea canister, not to mention the troublesome maintenance.
    All you have to do is put the tea bag in a teapot or teacup, pour in hot water, and you can easily drink Japanese tea.
    In addition to saving you the time and effort of washing, you do not need to dispose of the tea leaves and can easily dispose of them after use.

  • Easy yet high quality taste
    This is the point where even beginners can enjoy tea easily.
    There are many people who have tried to drink tea from tea leaves and have wondered how much tea leaves to put in and how many cups to drink at one time.
    Many people have had the experience of wondering how much tea leaves to put in or how many cups to drink at once.
    There are times when you are told to use a teaspoon, but you don’t have one.
    With tea bags, the tea leaves are divided into small portions from the beginning, making it easy for even a beginner to make a cup of quality tea.
    Even beginners can easily enjoy the high quality taste of tea.


How to make a good cup of tea with tea bags

  1.  Look at the temperature of the water depending on the type of tea leaves.
    Do not pour hot water. If you do, it will become bitter.
    In the case of Japanese tea, water at 70 to 80 degrees Celsius will give you a mellow and sweet taste.
    Once the water is boiling, wait for a while. When the water is barely hot enough to hold in a teacup, it is the right temperature.
  2. Pour water gently, and take a breath.
    The key is to pour the water gently. Instead of pouring the water directly into the tea bag
    Gently pour the water from the edge of the cup.
    After pouring the water, hold the string and shake it four or five times.
    This will deepen the flavor of the tea.
    It is important to cover the tea bag with a lid and let it steep for about 20 seconds.
    It is important to cover the tea bag with a lid for about 20 seconds to steep it. Steeping gives the tea a deeper flavor and makes it more delicious.
  3. The last drop of good taste is important.
    The third thing is to get every last drop out.
    When you pull up the tea bag, keep it on the cup for a while to let the last drop out.
    Tea bags lose most of their flavor after the first infusion, so be sure to have a new one ready for the second cup.
    Also, be careful not to leave the tea in the cup as it will become too thick and bitter.


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