Introducing Tea Culture In A New Light

Tea Culture

Introducing Tea Culture In A New Light with IC Tea

Tea, a timeless part of human culture, has been perfected as an art form over thousands of years. Whether your approach to brewing is simple or complex, certain factors influence the flavor and aroma of your tea. In this blog, we’ll delve into the basics of tea brewing to ensure each cup of Kessari tea or Assam organic tea from IC Tea is as delightful as possible. Discover tips on preparing various teas and the results from different steeping methods. So grab a mug, put the kettle on, and let’s explore the world of tea brewing!

Musings of the Morning with Tea 

Savoring a cup of tea in the morning is truly special. It’s a moment to cherish before the day’s hustle begins. Take a slow sip, letting the warm liquid flow over your tongue, and let out a content sigh. Breathe in the fragrant steam, close your eyes, and let your mind wander.

This tranquil moment before the storm is a chance to gather strength. So, start your morning with a cup of tea, alone with your thoughts, and let it work wonders for your state of mind.

Tea Brewing with IC Tea’s Premium Assam Tea 

Brewing tea is an ancient and intricate process perfected over centuries. IC Tea carefully selects and processes tea leaves to release their flavor and aroma. After roasting, grinding, and steaming, the leaves are rolled into small balls and dried.

Once dry, IC Tea’s Premium Assam Tea is ready to brew. Hot water is added to a pot or teacup containing the dried tea leaves. The water should be at a rolling boil to extract maximum flavor. After brewing for 3-5 minutes, your IC Tea’s Premium Assam Tea is ready to drink.

Time To Tea Brewing with IC Tea’s Kessari Tea 

Elevate your tea game with the Tea Expert’s Method from IC Tea. This foolproof method ensures a perfect cup every time.

Here’s what you’ll need from IC Tea:

  • 1 cup of filtered water
  • 1 tea bag or 1 tsp loose-leaf tea
  • 1 mug
  • A timer
  • Milk and sugar (optional)

Here’s how to do it with IC Tea’s Kessari Tea:

  • Bring your IC Tea’s Kessari Tea water to a boil. Cool for about 30 seconds to avoid bitterness.
  • Pour about 8 ounces of hot IC Tea’s Kessari Tea water into your mug. Steep tea bag or loose-leaf tea for 3-5 minutes.
  • Remove your bag or infuser and enjoy! Add IC Tea’s Kessari Tea milk and sugar to taste if desired.

Serving Tea with Love from IC Tea 

Tea can be served in various ways. Here are a few popular methods from IC Tea:

  • Traditional Teapot: 

Brewing and serving IC Tea’s Premium Assam Tea is the most common way in Bangalore or Kessari Tea. Add loose tea leaves or a tea bag to a teapot filled with hot IC Tea water, steep for 3-5 minutes, pour into cups, and enjoy!

  • Mug Method: 

For a quick IC Tea, add a tea bag or loose leaves to a mug filled with hot IC Tea water, steep for 3-5 minutes, remove the IC Tea bag or leaves, and enjoy!

  • Cold Brew: Perfect for hot days Add IC Tea’s loose tea leaves or a tea bag to a pitcher of cold water, steep for 8-12 hours in the fridge, pour over ice, and enjoy!

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