Tea Infusers

As a tea lover, I can’t go a day without at least one cup of tea. I brew my tea either using teabags, self-made teabags with loose leaf tea, or loose leaf in a strainer. Lately in my efforts to go green, I have begun to use the strainer as much as I possibly can. …

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Is Your Teapot a Dribbler?

Teapots can sometimes be dribblers. Is yours? We’re not talking about whether your teapot is a basketball star or not. Of course, that would be quite a sight to see — a teapot dribbling a basketball down the court, weaving in and out between the legs of those giant players towering above him, and going …

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The Big Steep

Often I am asked about the best way to steep tea. And what’s best depends on what type of tea you are drinking, what kind of equipment you own (or are willing to buy) and what fits most into your lifestyle. TEA BAGS: The easiest and most popular tea delivery method. Pros: Produces a clean …

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Thoughts on Making Tea

It seems that for every variety of tea out there, there is a different way to prepare it. The basic concept is simple: heat water, steep leaves in water, separate the leaves from the water, drink. And yet, there are myriad ways to do it. Take the basic teapot, for example, in which the leaves …

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