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Brew Tea Co - English Breakfast Proper Tea Bags - Strong and Malty - 40 Tea Bags

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This depends on the blend. For English Breakfast look for a ruby red. For Darjeeling you’ll want a paler, straw like colour and Green is in the name. Look out for the whole leaves & proper ingredients, make sure you brew it for at least 3 minutes, and it’ll be bang on. A great clue is the clarity - dusty bags make for a murky cup. Really good tea from rolled, whole leaves looks a lot lighter and clearer. Don’t be fooled into thinking this means it’s weaker. It’s got all the taste. Should you put milk in tea?

Brewing. It’s a word that’s thrown around a lot. Especially considering the average brewing time in the UK is 20 seconds. A travesty for proper tea.We’re flying the flag for a better standard for tea drinkers. For us, making the perfect cup of tea is making the tea you love to drink. For example, Brew Tea Co’s iconic teapot – sculpted from state-of-the-art borosilicate glass – is comfortably heat resistant and can conserve heat for longer than any rival teapot on the market. Your call. Dusty bags are often full of tannin and so they’re far too bitter on their own. Milk’s been doing a stellar cover-up job for years. If you’re using rolled, whole leaves then they’ll have enough taste to hold their own without needing any milk. But it’s all about finding the perfect balance, so if you like it, throw it in.

For the tastiest cup, use a teapot with a built-in strainer. Not a basket in sight. No restrictions, just plenty of room for the leaves to absorb water and expand. The result - a much tastier cup of tea. How to make a cup of tea. It’s a question that’s been discussed for millennia. Even Orwell cited it as a ‘ subject of violent disputes ’. Great to see we’re still at it. Despite that, his principles (generally) stand firm. It’s all about quality, whole leaves, brewing temperature and the ratio. Better leaves hold more taste with no bitterness. According to the UK Tea & Infusions Association, there are more than 1500 varieties of tea, and it’s very likely the average Brit would be hard pushed to name more than ten. This is where company’s such as the Brew Tea Co come to the forefront by helping to educate us about the extraordinary range of flavours, colours and the benefits of this staple of British society. For the perfect cup of tea, find your golden ratio of leaf to water. A good rule of thumb is 5g tea to 400ml water. To save you measuring out miniscule amounts of tea, we’ve designed our kit to do it for you. Try our 400ml teapot and scoop for a consistent cup of tea each time. If you prefer tea bags, 300ml water is perfect straight into most standard mugs . We’ve varied the amount of tea in our bags for each blend so that the taste is as consistent as possible with the loose leaf. Since your tea is fixed, your water should be too. Remember that ratio. Step 3. Temperature matters.

Making a cup of tea during the day is, for most, a process that requires little or no thought. When we need something to quench our thirst, more often than not, we make a cuppa. However, tea extends far further than just a common or garden tea bag in a cup, and the Manchester-based Brew Tea Co is on a mission to show what many Brits have been missing out on.

Brewing is the process of leaves absorbing water which is what releases their flavour. It needs time to properly draw out all that great taste. Which is why dusty bag companies rely on bitter ‘tannins’ in their tea to bring some punch, as a (poor) substitute for taste. Let’s change that. Leave your rolled, whole leaves at least 3 minutes, and 5 if you like it a little stronger. Trust us, it’s worth the wait.

Founded in 2012, Brew Tea Co is the brainchild of the husband and wife team Phil & Aideen Kirby. They felt that tea drinkers deserved as much thought and attention as wine slurpers and coffee sippers and set about creating a brand that celebrated tea. Brew Tea Co want to make tea drinkers proud, to make tea an amazing experience and believe it is never “just” a cup of tea. The public has already caught on to these respective benefits, and sales of loose-leaf tea outperformed teabags by over 2.5 times throughout 2020. Keen to capitalise on this renewed interest in loose leaf tea, Brew Tea Co is swiftly establishing itself as the premier tea company across the UK. Your coin has instructions on it telling you how to redeem your prize, but if you have any questions get in touch with Giuliana at [email protected] or 0161 637 9747. Making a cup of tea during the day is, for most, a process that requires little or no thought. When we need something to quench our thirst, more often than not, we make a cuppa. However, tea extends far further than just a common or garden tea bag in a cup, and the Manchester-based Brew Tea Co is on a mission to show what many Brits have been missing out on. Leading the charge with the growing tea trend is Brew Tea Co, which has now brought a premium rebooted version of this quintessentially British beverage to the market.Most baristas would trend agree that often tea doesn’t compare to its livelier rival coffee. Extracted from exotic origins, coffee holds a position in the public consciousness as a beverage of sophistication, while tea encounters the stigma of being an unglamorous alternative. But hey, it’s all about preference. To give your cup a stronger taste, put a few more leaves in with the same volume of water. If you prefer it a little lighter, reduce the leaves instead. Play around with it. Your perfect cup of tea is all in this ratio. Ask most people in the UK how they make a cup of tea, and more often than not, it will involve putting a tea bag in a cup or pot of boiling water. Ask them what’s inside the tea bag and what flavour it is; they’ll almost certainly say, “it’s tea flavour!”

True to its name, Brew Tea Co also emphasises the importance of the brewing process itself. To really get the most out of your cuppa, you’ve got to have the right kit. Like coffee, the necessary hardware is of paramount importance. But it can also work the other way. Ever tried a green tea and thought it’s too bitter? Here’s why - the water’s too hot. Green tea leaves are more delicate so boiling water is too much for them. Brew at 85° to bring out those subtle, grassy notes and avoid bitterness.

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