Run the tap a little so the water’s nicely aerated and only boil it once to keep the oxygen level up.
Interesting Fact: Oxygen in water helps flavor!
(Black Teas – 96oC | 205 F , Green teas – 70oC | 158 F) – brewing green tea at lower temperatures will ensure that its sweet and complex flavors will not be overpowered by the bitter-tasting flavors
Pop a tea bag into your cup, pour over the hot water and stir briefly.
Be Careful! Depending on the type of tea you’re brewing, the water may be as hot as 205 Degrees!
Tea needs time to unlock all its flavor, so give it 2-3 minutes (average brew) to do its thing.
Before removing the tea bag, gently squeeze it against the side of the mug.
Just the once, mind – if you really squeeze the tea bag, it will release more of the tea taste that includes tannins which will give you a slightly bitter taste.
Sit back. Enjoy your cup of tea, knowing you have helped a tuskers wellbeing!
Live WILD, roam FREE!
Bring 2 cups of water to a rapid boil.
Turn off the heat and add 3-5 bags of your favorite elephantea bags. Leave it in for 5 minutes for it to do its magic!
Pour the tea into a pitcher. Wait 5-10 minutes for it to cool down.
Need some aroma? Add any aromatics (that you’ll remove later), such as lemon or orange peel, or even fresh herbs like thyme or rosemary. Add water and stir as needed.
Refrigerate the mixture until it’s chilled.
Then pour the tea into a tall glass that is filled with ice. Squeeze a slice of lemon into the tea and add a sprig of mint to the top. If you like to add sugar, start by stirring in half a teaspoon and add more to taste.
So go sit on patio with a chilled, sweet glass of tea and smile – You’ve helped elephant conservation!
Begin by steaming milk and water in a small pot until the milk foams.
Be Careful! Steamed milk will be very hot!
Put an elephantea bag into the steaming milk, typically, four to six minutes will give it a nice, strong flavor.
Add sweetener to taste.
Stir well. To create a great latte froth, use a frother or a small whisk to give it some air.
Serve it warm and sip through the creamy goodness.
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