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THE ART OF INFUSION

How to make the perfect cup

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"The act of making tea is a moment of meditation."

CHINESE MASTER TEA MAKER

 

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STEP 1: THE WATER

Filtered water will give you the purest taste possible. Bring the water to a nice rolling boil.

Tip: Heating the teapot up before making the tea helps keep the tea warmer for longer, and while you’re at it, heat the teacups up too.

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STEP 2: THE TEA

Steeping time ranges from 5 to 10 minutes depending on how you like it. Honeybush is naturally caffeine free and low in tannins, which means the tea can steep for longer to really draw out its unique flavours.

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STEP 3: THE TIMING

Steeping time ranges from 5 to 10 minutes depending on how you like it. Because honeybush is naturally caffeine free and low in tannins, the tea can steep for longer to really draw out its unique flavours, and increase the amount of antioxidants and nutrients that infuse into the water.