To kick start the new year, I’m presenting to you a very special infuser (I bet you didn’t see that one coming)! Every time I think I’ve toured fun infusers on the market, I always end up finding a new one wich deserve it’s own post on my blog.
Anyway let me introduce to you the Death Star infuser from the well-known Star Wars movies saga. Check this out :
This infuser will be perfect to brew your Dagobah Green Tea (Dagobah is a planet in the Star Wars movies).
Both available on this site :
How many times did i hear “my tea is too bitter” or “it tastes like grass”. One should never overlook the brewing time written on the label or the box of tea. This is especially true for green teas, which quickly becomes too strong when it exceeds 3 minutes of brewing.
We could sum things up like this :
- Green Tea : 3 minutes Max
- Black Tea : 4 minutes Max
- Wulong/thé blanc : 5 minutes at least
Beware though, this reminder isn’t very accurate and kinda personal! For more accuracy, use the brewing table.
Several other tools are also available, TeaDroid my Android application, a timer dedicated to tea. Or this gorgeous hourglass with sand color and time according to the type of tea.
In the big family of funny infusers, it is my pleasure to introduce to you :
Mister tea swimmer and mister tea fisher !
Invite them at your place, they will bring you a good cup of tea.
We all have been using tea bags at some point. Some find it easy to store other find it easy to brew because it’s already dosed. Most of them tea bags are made of paper fiber but there are also tea bags made of polylactide (bioplastic).
But did you know that tea bags were originaly designed to store, ship and sell tea around the world? The loose tea was actualy intended to be removed from the bags by customers, but they found it easier to prepare tea with the tea enclosed in the bags.
Tea bags were introduced in 1908 by Thomas Sullivan of New York.