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Brewing Guide

5 Ways to Make Tea at Home

From Quick and Simple to Fun and Restorative

There are so many different ways to make tea at home. Some people may have been hesitant to begin, because they think brewing tea is difficult and requires many equipment. We are here to make it simpler for you. From the simplest full immersion method ("Grandpa Style") to the restorative tea ceremony, we will break down the steps of each brewing method and highlight the characteristics of each finished cup. By identifying the type of taste profile that you desire and the amount time you want to spend, you will be able to navigate your way to your preferred brewing method. 


The Differences Among Brewing Methods

Everything you use in the brewing process will play a big role in the flavor of the finished cup. Below are key elements that makes each brewing method unique:

  • Teaware: Small Teapot / Medium Teapot / Tea Glass / Gaiwan
  • Tea Type: Green / Oolong / Black 
  • Tea Amount: From 3g to 9g
  • Water Temperature: From 185ºF to 212ºF
  • Steep Time: Short Multiple Steeps or Long Single Steep


Choose a Brewing Method