Types of tea available include black, green, white, oolong, herbal, and fruit-infused teas, each with a distinct taste and brewing requirements.
Superior taste due to the leaves' ability to fully expand and release flavors, resulting in a rich and intricate flavor profile.
Use approximately one teaspoon of tea leaves per six ounces of water, adjusting to personal preference.
Examine the appearance and aroma of the tea to gauge its quality. Consider the origin of the tea leaves, as different regions produce teas with distinct flavors.
Choose a tea infuser that aligns with your style for controlling the strength and flavor of your tea.
Serve loose leaf tea in vessels that reflect your personality, enhancing the overall tea-sipping experience.