Tea brewing tips

How to prepare tea


The infusion chart below gives you a broad outline to prepare tea, according to its color. You will find the general amount of tea you should use per 10 oz of water, at what temperature the water should be as well as the steep time. For example, you should use 0.2 oz of white tea per 10 oz of water heated at 160°F for 5 to 10 minutes according to the tea you are making. However, some instructions might differ for some of our teas, so please refer our packaging to get the exact information for the tea you want to prepare.

 

Type of tea

Quantity of tea per 5 oz of water

Water temperature

Steep time

White

0.2 oz / 6g

160°F / 70°C

5-10 min

Green

0.1 - 0.2 oz / 3-6g

170°F / 75°C

1-5 min

Rooibos

0.2 oz / 6g

195°F / 90°C

5 min

Black

0.2 - 0.4 oz / 6-10g

195°F / 90°C

2-5 min

Oolong

0.2 oz / 6g

205°F / 95°C

5-7 min

Pu-Erh

0.2 oz / 6g

205°F / 95°C

4-5 min

 

How to prepare iced tea


Infuse 0.5 to 0.7 oz (15 à 20g) of tea in 34 oz (1 L) of cold water:
for 30 min for green tea blends
for 1 hour for black tea blends
for 2 to 3 hours for oolong teas
Remove the tea and keep refrigerated until serving.

Tips: add summer fruits when freezing your ice cubes, or drop a slice of citrus (e.g. orange, lime) or a few mint leaves into your glass. Enjoy!

Type of tea

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Quantity of tea per 5 oz of water

Water temperature

Steep time

White

 

0.2 oz / 6g

160°F / 70°C

5-10 min

Green

 

0.1 - 0.2 oz / 3-6g

170°F / 75°C

1-5 min

Rooibos

 

0.2 oz / 6g

195°F / 90°C

5 min

Black

 

0.2 - 0.4 oz / 6-10g

195°F / 90°C

2-5 min

Oolong

 

0.2 oz / 6g

205°F / 95°C

5-7 min

Pu-Erh

 

0.2 oz / 6g

205°F / 95°C

4-5 min

Types of tea