HOW TO ENJOY BUBBLE TEA AT HOME
Bubble tea is not hard to make. Of course, you may not make a good one from the onset but after some time, your skill level should improve. And your prospects of sipping an oh-so-delicious boba tea increase.
HOW TO BREW A WHITE TEA?
The secret to a perfect brew is to bear in mind that white tea comes from the young bud/leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant. Unlike black tea or green tea, white tea is the youngest offering and therefore is as delicate as they come. Despite its name, white tea doesn’t produce a white liquor; rather, the concoction produces a light-yellow tinge. That means white tea is the lightest liquor in the tea world and comes with a delicate flavor to match.
HOW TO BREW A GREEN TEA?
Over the years, as farmers and tea buffs experimented with Camellia Sinensis fresh leaves, a slew of processes came out to superior. A growing number of tea adherents for each particular green tea variant emerged, especially from Asian countries. Preparing each tea concoction is unique. As these procedures have been proven in time, following them is most recommended.
How to Brew Black Tea?
There’s an art behind the proper brewing of black tea. Even when it’s the most oxidized of teas, you need not fear it would be unpleasantly bitter if you brew the leaves right. The right brewing technique will depend on what kind of black tea you’re dealing with. As a rule, black tea in tea bags (CTC processed) is intended for one use only. So it’s not advisable to steep them more than once.