Perfect tea

My last innocent post has somehow turned into a post debating about how to make the perfect tea.

Here is a video clip that Ahmad Tea’s tea taster, Dominic Marriott, shows you how to make the perfect tea.

By the way, the photo used as the header of this blog was taken when I last visited Ahmad Tea for my tea tasting.

Enjoy!

My Related Posts:

 

Advertisements

19 thoughts on “Perfect tea

  1. friendlytm

    This is indeed my cup of tea. I am inspired to post something on “how to make and drink Chinese tea, different types of tea”, although my favorite tea is English Breakfast (shu! don’t tell others!)!

    Reply
    1. Janet Williams Post author

      Chinese tea — again, there’re many ways of making Chinese tea. I used to like an elaborate way of making Chinese tea in Taiwan, bamboo tea table with a draining system, cups of various sizes, down to a pair of little clippers to grasp the tea leaves with.

      I would love to read your Chinese tea post — perhaps you know more than me.

      Reply
      1. friendlytm

        Actually you know more than I do. I only know a little from the tea factories when I traveled to China. I personally drink English Breakfadt!

    1. Janet Williams Post author

      I haven’t done the right thing either!

      Tea is such a cultural thing — try our typical 3-in-1 tea or Lipton tea or Pull tea (Teh Tarik) or tea with condensed milk in Malaysia and Singapore, and we may not need to apply any of these rules.

      Reply
  2. Pingback: Stockport Air Raid Shelters | Janet's Notebook

  3. Pingback: My Site Table of Contents – I did it! | Janet's Notebook

  4. Pingback: When Janet met Tilly: an ebook | Janet's Notebook

  5. Pingback: Where’s Stockport’s new landmark? | Janet's Notebook

  6. Pingback: Milk in first with Earl Grey? | Janet's Notebook

  7. Pingback: What would you do for a friend’s friend? | Janet's Notebook

  8. Pingback: Oxo cube: good or evil? | Janet's Notebook

  9. Pingback: Laughter and love | Janet's Notebook

  10. Pingback: The north south divide | Janet's Notebook

  11. Pingback: English in the north: dropping consonants | Janet's Notebook

  12. Pingback: Granny Liu | Janet's Notebook

  13. Pingback: Food, glorious food! | Janet's Notebook

  14. Pingback: How many ways can you view Tilly? | Janet's Notebook

Post a comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s