Steep Times & Temps For Every Type of Tea

NOTE: This article was previously posted in 2016 and revised on February 01, 2018. Some content in this article may allude to events on or surrounding the date of the initial post.

Steep Times & Temps For Every Type of Tea

In one of my Long Live Paper subscriptions I found a simple article outlining exactly how to steep different types of tea as this never fails to be a popular topic amongst new tea sippers. This article made me think of a similar post that I created in 2016: Steep Right or Die | Steep Times & Temps. This post is a revision of the original. I've added more photos and fun facts and tips from Better Homes & Gardens February 2018 pg. 98 to help you alleviate the dilemma of tea preparation.

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Steep Times & Temps For Every Type of Tea

Silver Needle Tea | The Spice & Tea Exchange

Organic Sencha, Green Tea | My Chai Premium Teas

Remember, steeping white and green teas too long will result in a bitter or burnt tea. You could use a timer for these more delicate teas.



Look for roomy tea bags. They allow leaves to unfurl and release more flavor as they steep.

Oolong | Summit Tea Company