How to Brew Long-stored Tea Leaves

Published: Wednesday 14 November, 2018

After the tea leaves opened for a period of time, no matter whether it is vacuum-packed or not, there will be something changed. The combination of chlorophyll and tea polyphenols in the tea will make the tea become yellow, red, odorous and even moldy. Therefore, when you want to drink them, first confirm whether the tea is mildewed. If there is mildew, you should not drink it. If there is only a little old taste, you can use the brewing method to solve it.

First: The temperature of the water should be high, the best one is the boiled water, the first bubble time is a little longer than usual, then dumped and not drink, the second bubble time is twice as fast as usual, and drink the tea soup as soon as possible.

Second: Reduce the water temperature by a few degrees, the brewing time according to the normal method, so as to avoid the bitter taste of the tea soup.

Third: It is best to change into a large pot of foam to reduce the proportion of tea, the taste will be better.

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