Stove-Boiled Tea & Cooking Tea Around the Stove

"Cooking tea around the stove" (围炉煮茶) is popular in urban charcoal fire "roasting hot" new trend of consumption in winter. Stove-boiled tea is a traditional method of brewing tea that involves boiling water in a pot or kettle on the stove and then adding tea leaves or tea bags to the hot water to steep. This method is simple and allows you to control the temperature and steeping time of your tea to achieve the desired strength and flavor.

As the new way of drinking tea "making tea around the stove" becomes more and more popular, many cities in China have set off a new winter consumption boom.

To cook tea on the stove, you will need:
  • A pot or kettle
  • Water
  • Tea leaves or tea bags
  • A heat source (such as a stove)

Here's a simple recipe for cooking tea on the stove:

To make stove-boiled tea, follow these steps:

  • Fill a pot or kettle with cold water and place it on the stove.
  • Bring the water to a boil.
  • Meanwhile, measure out the desired amount of tea leaves or place the desired number of tea bags into a teapot or heat-resistant pitcher.
  • Once the water is boiling, carefully pour it over the tea leaves or tea bags in the teapot or pitcher.
  • Allow the tea to steep for the desired amount of time, typically 3-5 minutes for black tea and 1-3 minutes for green tea.
  • Remove the tea leaves or tea bags and discard.
  • Pour the brewed tea into cups and enjoy!
Note: Be careful when handling hot water on the stove, and use a tea cozy to keep your tea warm if desired. You can also adjust the strength of your tea by adjusting the amount of tea leaves or tea bags used, or by adjusting the steeping time. Experiment to find the perfect balance for your taste preferences.

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