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How to get the most out of tea

I have a friend and colleague, tea expert Denis Bolvinov, who, together with his team, is conducting an interesting project – Heavenly Tea (skytea.ru). This is an online store of organic Chinese tea, and also a whole site with a huge amount of useful information about this popular drink. Denis has been engaged in tea and tea ceremony since 2004 and periodically conducts courses on the tea ceremony. I asked Denis to tell my readers what you need to know about tea before drinking it.

Tea Making Rules

Use soft, sweet water, free of minerals and odorless. Bring it to a boil, but do not boil it.

There are two ways to make tea. The first way: brewing.

Choose a teapot that matches the number of participants in the tea party. Continue reading

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