3 Easy Steps for Brewing the Perfect Cup of Tea
The following steps for brewing the perfect herbal tea: fresh cold water to a boil, pour over the tea bag, then brew for 4 minutes.
The older I get, the more I appreciate the day’s slow moments.
My current life as a parent of a college-bound teen and energetic 9-year-old, as well as a full-time business owner, is so busy that it’s easy for me to get lost in it all. When I don’t stop once in a while, I miss opportunities to cherish those experiences that make life worth living.
So, one of the things that I’ve been doing the last few years is taking breaks to enjoy a cup of tea (or two).
Sipping on a cup of hot tea forces me to stop, think, and breathe. All of my senses are stimulated during these moments, which helps bring me back to center.
And my go-to tea brand right now? Twinings of London.
I’m sure you’re familiar with Twinings, too, because they have been providing quality tea for more than 300 years. Their teas come in dozens of delicious blends, from breakfast teas to herbal fusions, so there is a flavor appropriate for every mood.
Twinings’ teas begin with the finest ingredients sourced from all over the world. Master blenders find the best teas, spices, herbs, and fruit infusions available to create that perfect cup of tea.
And, speaking of the perfect cup of tea, how does one create that? Well, we have got you covered with three easy steps.
How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea
Twinings suggests the following steps for brewing the perfect herbal tea:
- Use fresh cold water and bring water to a boil.
- Pour over the tea bag as soon as it reaches boiling.
- Brew for 4 minutes or to desired taste.
New Twinings Herbal Tea Flavors
I’m also excited to share the following new herbal tea blends from Twinings of London.
This tea is bright, sunny, and light.
Flavors include hibiscus, lemongrass, lemon peel, verbena, and natural lemon. I tend to enjoy Lemon Delight first thing in the morning!
Berry Fusion is naturally sweet with a beautiful combination of rosehips, hibiscus, orange and blackberry leaves, apple pieces, licorice root, and natural berry flavors.
When I’m craving something sweet, I turn to this herbal tea instead of dessert.
This aromatic blend has rich flavors of peppermint and creamy vanilla.
Need a quick pick-me-up? Then this tea is for you!
Now, I believe, it’s about that time for a nice cup of tea.
Founder of Mom Spark – a lifestyle blog for moms.