How to Make Tea in Chinese Style

Tea is a drink with a long history and rich culture in China

There are also many steps in making tea. Today, I will introduce the steps to you so that you can understand them.

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Warm cup

After the water boils, lift the kettle to the drenching cup,

In order to sterilize and make the tea more fragrant.

Throw tea

Put the tea to be brewed into the utensils, put the tea needle into the tea set, and do not touch it with your hands.

make tea

Open the lid of the teapot and flush the lid opening on the water ring pot along the edge of the pot to avoid directly flushing the pot core.

Lather

Fill the teapot, and the tea foam will float up. At this time, gently scrape the tea foam off the lid of the teapot, and then cover it

Drenching kettle

After the lid is covered, pour the kettle with boiling water

Scalding cup

Scalding a cup is to put one cup firmly in another cup and clean it with three fingers

Out of soup

Pour the tea into a reasonable cup. The soup should be low to avoid foam. It should be fast to keep the tea hot

Pour tea

Pour the tea evenly, so that each cup of tea has the same color, aroma and quantity, and is fair and equitable

Sip and taste tea

The thumb and index finger of the right hand are holding the edge of the tea cup, the middle finger is protecting the bottom of the tea, the ring finger and little finger are tightened, and cannot point to others to show respect.


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