Brewing Temperature for Tea - New Resource on

The topic of brewing temperature for tea is one that is usually glossed over in guides on brewing tea, with canned recommendations about temperatures to use for each type of tea. goes deeper, publishing a definitive guide on this topic.
Dec. 12, 2011 - PRLog -- Numerous guides exist on the internet, on the topic of how to brew tea, and these guides invariably touch on the topic of brewing temperature, almost always in the exact same way.  Canned, uniform recommendations are given for which temperature of water to use for each type of tea: boiling water for black tea, slightly cooler water for green tea and white tea, and in-between temperature for oolong teas and more delicate black teas.

Breaking out of the box on brewing temperature: breaks out of this box, going above and beyond and creating a guide which not only goes into much more depth on the topic of brewing temperature, but which offers something truly novel and different: a guide that critically examines the basic, canned assumptions that most websites just mindlessly parrot, and forges into new territory.

This guide not only explores the situations in which the optimal brewing temperature for tea deviates from the norm, but it also explores which factors influence teas to be more or less picky about brewing temperature:

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