As is known to all, China green tea emphasizes light […]
As is known to all, China green tea emphasizes light green, bright, fragrant and mellow in color, aroma, and taste. Therefore, the brewing of green tea seems simple, but actually, it takes a lot of time. Because green tea is not fermented, it keeps the tea fresh and tender, and there is a slight deviation when brewing, which makes the tea tend to be stale and stuffy, so the water temperature of brewing is very important!
Chinese green tea is soaked in water at about 80 degrees.
If Chinese green tea is to be brewed well, it must have a good grasp of the brewing temperature. The temperature of the water used to brew Chinese green tea is too high or too low. The temperature of the water will directly affect the taste and aroma of the tea soup. The water temperature is too high, it is easy to scald the tea leaves, and the tea soup tastes bitter. The water temperature is too low to excite the fragrance, which is extremely light.