Green Tea is a delicate special drink,
to be prepared carefully and with pleasure.
It can be prepared either as a hot or
iced tea, to suit your personality or
For each cup of hot tea:
Use 1 teaspoon per 8 ounces of fresh spring
Bring water nearly to a boil. Since water
temperature is crucial to the taste of your
tea, we suggest under boiled water (180-190F).
Pour water over your tea leaves and infuse
for 3-5 minutes. Take care not to infuse your
tea for longer than 5 minutes, as your tea
could become bitter.
Transfer to cup or serving teapot and enjoy.
a cool refreshing cup of iced tea:
After following the steps above to create
your hot Srina™ Green Tea, just add ice cubes
or refrigerate after brewing.
If you like a strong cup of tea, add extra
leaves to your brew.
Trust your palate. Experiment with different
levels of water and leaves to adjust your
tea to suit your own taste.
In certain parts
of China many dispose of the first infusion using
it as a "rinse of the leaves". This is also good
for those who want to avoid caffeine. The second
cup is said to be the best tasting and naturally
And of course many
may prefer the good old fashion way of brewing
their tea-by simply dropping the leaves in a tea
cup and pouring the hot water over the leaves
and letting it infuse. We suggest finding the
brewing technique that works for you. Remember
it's all about the wonderful effect of the tea
and not the brewing method.
When life becomes
restless we seek the quietness of things and beg
for time to think--Zen priest Eisai
Tea is the ultimate relaxation in a cup, sit
back and indulge in the fragrance of Srina™ green
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