In daily life, many people now enjoy drinking tea. However, during the tea-drinking process, attention to detail is crucial. First and foremost, the brewing method requires careful consideration. If the brewing method is incorrect, it can alter the taste of the tea. Today, the editor will take you through the most comprehensive tea brewing methods. This way, in the future, you can choose a brewing method based on the characteristics of the tea, allowing you to savor the true deliciousness of the tea broth.
 Green Tea
When brewing green tea, it is generally preferable to use glass teaware. The water temperature for brewing should be between 80 and 85 degrees Celsius. Since green tea is unfermented, delicate, and not suitable for brewing with boiling water, the tea-to-water ratio is typically 1:50, and the brewing time is 2 to 3 minutes. If the brewing temperature is too high, it can destroy some of the nutritional elements in green tea, resulting in a loss of the genuine flavor of the tea broth.
 Black Tea
When brewing black tea, remember to preheat the cup with hot water before using boiling water for brewing. Black tea, being fully fermented, requires high-temperature brewing to release its effective components better. It is best to use freshly boiled hot water with a tea-to-water ratio of 1:50 and a brewing time of 3 to 5 minutes. White porcelain covered bowls are often chosen for brewing black tea.
 Oolong Tea
When brewing Oolong tea, boiling water is also used because Oolong tea is semi-fermented. It is advisable to use a Yixing teapot and 100-degree Celsius boiling water. Oolong tea requires a larger amount of tea leaves, and a boiling kettle is recommended for brewing. High-quality Oolong tea can be brewed multiple times—typically 7 to 8 times. The brewing time should be adjusted according to the number of infusions.
 White Tea
When brewing white tea, select a bud with two leaves because this type of white tea has a very fresh and refreshing aroma. Choose good-quality water since white tea requires tender raw materials, and the water temperature should not be too high. Generally, keep the water temperature between 85 and 90 degrees Celsius.
 Yellow Tea
Yellow tea undergoes slight fermentation. Too high a water temperature can scald the tea leaves. Therefore, when brewing yellow tea, it's best to control the temperature between 85 and 90 degrees Celsius. The amount of tea leaves and brewing time may vary according to personal taste and the type of yellow tea.
These are just a few examples of the extensive world of tea, and understanding these brewing methods will certainly enhance your tea-drinking experience. Enjoy your tea!