1)Prepare 3 g of tea leaves for 150ml of water.
2 Place the tea leaves into a warmed glass. One could take a sniff to smell the orchid fragrance of leaf liberated by the heat from warmed glass.
3 Let the boiled water to cool down to 85-90?C. Green tea leaves prefer a slightly cooler temperature. Gently pour water onto the leaves. The quantity of water should be 1/3 of glass (about 50 ml), or completely immersing all tea leaves.
4 After 1minutes, pour in another 100 ml of water. Brew for 2 minutes and serve.*
Taiping Houkui is only lightly pressed during the process. Therefore, it has to be brewed longer in favor of effective extraction of substances from leaf.
5 If the taste is too strong, add boiled water to the glass.
Tai Ping Hou Kui (250gm) (60%OFF)
As one of the most famous Chinese tea, its leaf measuresup to 60 mm; it is the largest sized leaf tea among thefamous green teas. It produced infusion with delicateorchid fragrance and a mellow taste which lasts up to fourbrewing. In a glass, the leaf gracefully sways in the waterwhich is described as the ‘Phoenix dances’.
Green tea is made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis that have undergoneminimal oxidation during processing. Green tea increases the metabolism ratio in humanbody which helps in reducing weight, and regulates glucose levels in body. It also protects against the formation of clots, which are the primary cause of heart attacks. It can reduce the risk of esophageal cancer, without damaging the healthy tissue around them. It improves the ratio of good cholesterol. Protects brain cells from dying and restored by Alzheimer and Parkinson’s. It prevents throat infections, dental caries and otherdental conditions. Regular consumption reduces the risk of high blood pressure, and helps in relaxing and tranquilizing people suffering from depression. It helps in reducing wrinkles and the signs of ageing, due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.