Crafting the Ideal Loose Leaf Tea: 
Welcome to the world of loose leaf tea!

If you're just getting started or need a gentle reminder, here's our straightforward guide to make that perfect cup. 

1- Warming the Water:

Start with the basics. Heat your water to the right temperature. An electric kettle with temperature settings great. But a stovetop kettle works just as well. 

Black & Pu-erh tea: 206°F - 212°F
Green & White tea: 175°F - 185°F
Oolong tea: 185°F - 195°F
Rooibos & Herbal teas: 212°F

2- Tea Measurement

As your water heats, get your strainer ready over your cup or teapot. A teaspoon of tea for every 8 ounces of water is our general rule. But feel free to adjust to your taste.

3- Pour and Soak

Pour that hot water over the tea leaves. This is the heart of tea-making. Let those leaves dance and infuse their flavors.

 Steeping Time Each tea has its own rhythm. Here's a quick guide:

Black & Pu-erh tea: 3 - 5 minutes
Green, White & Oolong tea: 1 - 3 minutes
Rooibos & Herbal teas: 5 - 7 minutes

4- Final Steps

Once steeped, remove the tea leaves. If you like a hint of sweetness, now's the time to add it.

Diverse Brewing Techniques:
- Strainer / Tea Infuser: My personal favorite for daily use. Easy to clean and fits most cups and pots.
- French Press: More than just for coffee. Just make sure to clean it well.
-Teapot: Classic and reliable.
- Gaiwan: A traditional choice, especially for the tea aficionados.

For Those Warm Days:

Iced Tea: Make your tea, let it cool, and pop it in the fridge for about 4 hours. If you're in a hurry, brew it strong with half the water and pour over ice.

Cold Brew: A gentle method. Combine tea leaves with cold water and let them steep in the fridge overnight. Strain the next day and enjoy.

Remember, making tea is both art and science. But most importantly, it's a journey. Enjoy every step and every sip. Cheers!