Posted by Sarah on 2nd February 2016
Brewing the perfect cuppa can sometimes be a bit of a minefield - how much water, what temperature do I need, what's the deal with milk!?? We're firm believers that if you follow our 5 simple rules, you'll be making the perfect cuppa, every single time...
Ok so we're not expecting everyone to measure out their water, but making sure you're always using freshly drawn water can elevate your cuppa to new heights! If you're lucky enough to have a well at the bottom of your garden - awesome. If not, simply emptying out your kettle and refilling will do the trick!
Now we've recently invested in one of those fancy kettles which allows you to boil water to a certain temperature (life changer) but if your kettle doesn't come equipt with this handy feature and you're drinking green, white or oolong tea - simply grab the kettle just before it fully boils and you should be good to go!
The great thing about our tea temples is that they are the perfect loose tea serving, but with the conveneince of a tea bag! We recommend one per person - so keep that in mind when making a pot of tea.
Now hands up - who reuses the bag for a second brew? (...There's a chance we might be guilty of that one)
We use whole leaf tea, which need a little bit longer to brew - if you have a preference for the ol' dunk and dash, you won't be getting the full flavour, so relax, take a look at buzzfeed for 3 minutes and get the best cuppa possible!
This is our general rule of thumb for milk - what type of milk you choose is an entirely different matter!