Tea Blending Template
Ready to start creating your own blend? Use this template to build a recipe from scratch!
Tell us how it’s going! Share your blending adventures @ProperCuppaTea
|2||1 teaspoon (heaping)|
|1.5||1 teaspoon (level)|
|1||½ teaspoon (level)|
|0.5||¼ teaspoon (level)|
Please note that these are approximate conversions to help if you don’t have a gram scale.
Loose leaf tea brewing guide
|Tea type||Water temperature (Celsius)||Water temperature (Fahrenheit)||Brewing time|
|Black tea||100°C||212°F||3 to 5 mins|
|Green tea||79 to 82°C||175 to 180°F||2 to 3 mins|
|White tea||79 to 82°C||175 to 180°F||2 to 3 mins|
|Oolong tea||90°C||195°F||2 to 3 mins|
|Pu-erh tea||100°C||212°F||4 to 5 mins|
|Herbal tea||88 to 100°C||190 to 212°F||4 to 5 mins|
|Rooibos tea||100°C||212°F||4 to 5 mins|
Opening your Proper Cuppa Tea Blending Kit
In this video we will give you an overview of our Tea Blending Kit and will brew a nice cup of tea together!
For those who are using teaspoons instead of a scale, here are the approximate conversions:
1 level tsp = 2g
1/2 tsp = 1g
1/4 tsp = 0.5g
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There are an almost infinite number of ways to prepare a cup of tea: blended, single origin, light, strong, spiced, herbal, decaf, sweet, milky or neat – just to name a few! So what exactly is a “proper cuppa”?
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