Tea is only as good as its preparation. When
making black tea, first warm the pot with boiling
water, then discard this water. Place the tea
leaves in the empty warmed pot, then pour fresh,
boiling water over the leaves. Using stale, less
than boiling, or reboiled water can adversely
affect the taste of the tea. Begin by using one
teaspoon per cup (8 oz.) of water, and brew for
4-5 minutes, being careful not to overbrew. The
bitterness some people associate with tea
typically results from over-brewing. Over time
you may adjust these directions to suit your own
tastes. Preparing tea properly is not hard, but
timing and temperature are crucial.
"NEW"Tea Jams & Jellies
Introducing! Marmalady’s Tea Jams and Jellies. Made
to our specifications with only the finest ingredients. The results are delicious.
Choose from: Rose Tea Jelly, Apricot Darjeeling Jam, Chai Apple Butter, Cherry Amaretto Jam, and Orange Triple Sec Marmalade.
"NEW" TEA TEMPTATIONS RECIPE BOOK
Small, illustrated paperback fits neatly into gift baskets. 100 recipes and suggestions for using tea. All are make from scratch. You will find British Navy Punch, Elegant Russian Tea, Many Iced Tea versions too.