Thursday, August 13, 2009

Very proper tea-making tips


Golly, the black-and-white world was neat and tidy. "It's not everyone who can make a good cup of tea!" White lab coats, hopefully, are not required ...



You know, the narrator here mentions that "tea leaves will absorb all kinds of aromas," and thus advises air-tight storage, etc. He's speaking of dry leaves, of course — but as someone mentioned this week at a tea tasting, wet leaves from the pot can be dropped into a cup and set in the fridge for the same purpose. The tea actually absorbs odors, just like your stale box of Arm & Hammer.

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