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A Quick Guide on How Long to Steep Tea

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A Quick Guide on How Long to Steep Tea

I thought I would start off 2013 by giving thanks to all the readers of Tea Time and customers of Golden Moon Tea. Without all of you, Golden Moon would not be where it is today. It is your loyal support, passion and love of tea that really makes every day special for me. 

To help show a little bit of thanks, I have sent out this little cheat sheet on tea brewing temperatures

I originally designed it to be a kitchen magnet, but I thought I would send it out for free as a simple PDF that you can download, print and stick on your fridge. You can download the high resolution version of this by clicking on the link below. link

Here is a question

Would you pay a few dollars to buy this as a true kitchen magnet? One with a magnetic back that you can just stick on your refrigerator? Just reply to this email with your answer!

 

To a Wonderful 2013!

Keep your eye out for an exciting year at Golden Moon Tea. The first thing we have coming up in the next couple of months is a new line of herbals. I have been creating these for about a year now and I think you are really going to enjoy them!




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Tea 101: Perfection In a Cup
Tea 101: Perfection In a Cup

January 21, 2016

[…] First, make sure to use filtered or spring water; treated water has too many chemicals that can make your tea taste bad. Heat the water according to the kind of tea you are brewing: full boil for black teas, just boiling for greens, and not quite boiling for whites. Pour the heated water over the tea leaves and allow them to steep for the recommended time, which should be noted somewhere on the tea’s packaging. If you’re confused, there’s a wonderful chart for temperature and steeping times right here. […]

petrakoff
petrakoff

January 21, 2016

I am looking to buy something like this right now!

Maureen
Maureen

January 21, 2016

Marcus, I am not understanding the 1st Steep, 2nd Steep, 3rd Steep business. What do all those Steeps mean? You steep the SAME tea leaves many times?
Thanks.

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Loose Tea Serving Size Guide

Here is a quick guide to how many cups of brewed tea each of our serving sizes makes.

If you would like to know more about how we came up with these calculations plus how to figure out cost per serving check out this article.