Water Temperature: Boiling*/160 degrees*
Water Quality: Best with Spring Water
Amount of Leaf (per 6 fl oz water): 1 tsp. (2.5 grams)
Steep Time: 4 minutes
Number of Infusions: 1
Using a ceramic teapot with an infuser, place the tea into the infuser. Pour boiling water over the tea as an initial rinsing, then immediately pour out the water. Allow the water to cool to 160 degrees. When it reaches 160 degrees pour the water over the tea in the pot and allow it to steep for 4 minutes.
We highly recommend brewing your tea in a teapot or mug with a removable infuser so that you can remove the leaves at the end of the steeping time. Whole leaf teas of this quality need room to unfurl and expand in the water in order to perform their "magic." However, leaving the tea leaves in the water will result in an over-infused, bitter tea. If you want a stronger cup of tea increase the amount of leaf rather than the steeping time. If you don't have a removable infuser, you can brew the loose leaves directly in the pot. At the end of the steeping time, pour all of the tea into a warm serving pitcher or pot.