Is Green Tea too bitter for you? We have a solution

Posted By: Martin Kubec In: Tea story blog

Some green teas, like for example Sencha, Gunpowder or even Jasmine Green tea can be a bit overwhelming with the bitter flavour. It is particularly noticeable if it’s steeped either in high temperature or for longer time.

However, there is method that will ensure the infusion will lack the the bitter notes and the tea’s aroma is allowed to develop and unfold completely.

It is called Cold Dripper. Tea is steeped in cold or room temperature water for an extended period of time. The process brews the tea leaves slowly, using time rather than temperature to release the flavours and flavours only. We recommend to steep either over night or for at least 4-6 hours. And if you prefer your tea warm/hot, it can be heated in a saucepan for a minute or two.

We understand it could be a bit long-winded process, but we guarantee, the bitterness is not there at all and true tea flavour can be enjoyed.

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