Best Tea Tumbler with Boiling Water
Tea tumbler with boiling water, electric tea kettle can control the water temperature.
As we all know, tea has high requirements for water temperature. Choosing a good tea tumbler is the key to taste good tea. Traditional tea tumblers are nothing more than glasses or stainless steel bottles. Their biggest drawback is that they cannot check the temperature and heat the water. Only the function of filtration is far from meeting the demand for healthy and good tea.
Let’s learn the best brewing of all kinds of tea.
Green tea, 80 ℃ ~85 ℃. Lin Zhi, a researcher and doctoral supervisor of the Tea Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, told reporters that green tea belongs to non fermented tea and wins with its fragrance and sweet aftertaste. Common ones such as West Lake Longjing, Huangshan Maofeng, Biluochun, etc. are not suitable for just boiling bubbles because they are delicate. The water temperature should be 80 ℃ ~85 ℃, and they should be drunk immediately after soaking. If the brewing temperature is too high or the storage time is too long, the polyphenols will be destroyed, and the tea soup will not only turn yellow, but also the aromatic substances in it will evaporate.
Oolong tea, 95 ℃ ~100 ℃. Lin Zhi said that oolong tea is semi fermented tea, such as Tieguanyin, Dahongpao, etc. To make oolong tea, you must use boiling water at about 100 ℃, and the amount of leaves is relatively large, which is basically half or more of the pot or cover bowl used. After brewing, cover it. Generally, to make oolong tea, put the boiling pot on the side, and rinse it immediately after the water boils. The first bubble should be poured out. You can moisten all the cups with the poured water, and then pour it into the boiling water for drinking.
Black tea, 85 ℃ ~90 ℃. Jiang Yongwen said that black tea is fully fermented tea. Brewing with high-temperature water can promote the effective dissolution of substances contained in black tea, not only make the taste and aroma stronger, but also better play its health care function. Such as Jin Junmei, the water temperature for making tea should be 85 ℃ ~90 ℃.
White tea, suitable for drinking in a pot. Jiang Yongwen explained that because white tea is not kneaded or fried in the processing process, the tea cells are not fully damaged, and the effective ingredients contained in it are not easy to dissolve. Therefore, white tea is more suitable for boiling and drinking, which can make white tea release more effective substances.
Black tea needs boiling water. Wash the tea first and then brew it. Lin Zhi said that black tea is post fermented tea, which goes through the special post fermentation process of “wodui”, and the older it is, the more fragrant it is. Black tea, represented by Pu’er tea, is also brewed with 100 ℃ boiling water. Loose tea is easy to taste, while tightly pressed brick tea has to be cooked.
But if you pay attention to every detail of tea tasting, the temperature of tea drinking still needs to be paid attention to. Tea needs to be brewed for a period of time to dissolve its nutrients, and many people around begin to drink it after brewing it with boiling water. They feel that “drink tea and drink it hot”, and the scalding tea is more delicious. However, the scalding water does great harm to our digestive tract, gastric mucosa and so on, After we accidentally drink boiling water, we will feel “hot”, which is the performance of our digestive tract being injured.
A large number of scholars have studied the best temperature for drinking tea. At present, the most acceptable temperature is about 60 ℃(140°F), but in fact, the most scientific temperature for drinking tea is determined by the human body itself.
Therefore, the tea tumbler can not only view the temperature needs of all tea, but also check the temperature in real time for easy reference. In addition, the cover has its own filtering function, and the design of coffee holes avoids the embarrassment of choking and dripping.