Hello, everyone! I'm a tea enthusiast, Andy, here to explore the intriguing phenomenon of brewing Taiwan tea with all of you. Have you noticed that the steeping time for oolong tea varies every time you brew it? There are many secrets behind this.
First of all, don't rush to finish it all at once. This is rinsing the tea leaves, allowing them to absorb water and prepare for the next act. Then, for the first steep, control the time between 50 seconds to one minute to avoid the tea leaves becoming too bitter. As for the second steep, shorten it to 30 to 40 seconds since the tea leaves have already shown their charm, and we must be careful not to let bitterness seep through.
Next, increase the steeping time by 10 seconds for each subsequent steep. The tea leaves are like playful actors, surprising us with each performance. When the tea leaves say, "I surrender, I don't want to act anymore," it means they have lost their flavor, and it's time to end this fascinating show.
To enjoy the most delightful tea performance, remember to adjust the steeping time according to your personal preference. Keep the tea's "rinse the tea leaves", and use boiling water, allowing the leaves to steep for a shorter time when they just begin to unfurl, then increase the steeping time by 10 seconds for each subsequent steep. This way, you can brew the best tea.
Let's explore this magical and enjoyable world of Taiwanese tea together. Follow these tea techniques and savor the joy of brewing tea. Be a tea enthusiast and explore the mysteries of tea together.
See you next time."
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