While all teas come from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis, the flavor of each variety can be very different. Teas are like fine wine, where they grow, when they're picked, and how they're made matter.
The secret to a perfect cup of tea starts with good teas. That means loose leaf teas instead of tea bags. Then there's also the element of preparation involved. As each variety of tea requires different brewing temperatures, getting it right is equally important as having good teas.
While making tea is more of an art than a science, there are a few rules of thumb to work by that'll help you get your morning brew right.
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