LONG JING BREWING METHOD:-
Step 1:-According to the volume of the vessel you are using, prepare tea leaves at a ratio of some 1:50.For 100ml water, approximately 3-5g tea is needed. Decide the amount according to your own taste preferences.
Step2Warm the glass with boiling water(optional). Pour water to fill about 1/4 of the cup (or glass/mug). Note:Vessel: A small cup, glass, or a mug. Water temperature: Water boiled at approximately 75-80?C.
Step3Put the tea leaves in a glass and let them cover the surface of the water, then sway the glass gently to let all the leaves moisten and sink down.
Step4Wait for the leaves to sink, and start drinking after approximately 1.5 to 3 minutes, when most of the leaves have sunk to the bottom of the cup.
Note: If leaves don’t sink, it’s probably due to low water temperature. Wave them away with a fork for the first infusion, and then for the second infusion heat the water at a higher temperature than theprevious concoction. Drink till there is 1/4 to 1/3 cup of liquor, and then pour in more hot water for the next infusion. Repeat brewing the tea for a few more times.
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