THE DEFINITIVE TEA EXPERIENCE JING DELIVERS EXCEPTIONAL TASTING TEA SERVED WITH ELEGANCE, SIMPLICITY AND CONFIDENCE. OUR FIRST-HAND APPROACH IS THE FOUNDATION OF OUR BRAND. WE FIND THE FINEST TEA PRODUCERS, DESIGN SIMPLE AND ELEGANT TEA WARES WHICH DELIVER OPTIMUM TASTE, AND SHARE OUR KNOWLEDGE AND PASSION TO CREATE AN INSPIRED TEA CULTURE.
HOW TO MAKE THEPERFECT CUP OFJING TEA ORGANIC ANJI BAI CHA GREEN TEA
USE OUR WELL STORED, TOP QUALITYLOOSE LEAF TEA...Use loose whole leaf tea and make sure thetea has been stored properly; in a resealableairtight bag or tin.This is particularly important for teas with moredelicate flavours like green and white teas.Wherever possible our teas are packed atsource, using gas and vacuum packing, andcold-stored for unrivalled freshness.
...A SMALL TEAPOT...Small teapots allow you to control the infusionof the tea much better than larger teapots.We would recommend using one that is nolarger than our 300ml Glass One Cup TeapotWe design our teaware following this simplerule to deliver optimum taste with each andevery cup.All of our teas can be infused more thanonce for multiple servings. Simply add freshlyheated water and reinfuse.
...AND BE GENEROUS WITH THE LEAF.It is important to be generous with the teaand make sure you decide on the amount touse by weight and not volume.Use around 3-5g for our Glass One CupTeapot
WATER TEMPERATURE AND QUALITYGetting the water temperature right for thetea you are drinking is also crucial.Broadly speaking, green teas, white teas andyellow teas taste best when infused with 60°C-80°C water.Black teas, oolongs and puerh taste best withnear boiling water.It is best to use the highest quality water youcan find, filtered or bottled water is fine.
INFUSION TIMEInfuse the tea for 3 minutes and make surethat you pour all of the infusion into a cupthat is the same size or larger than the teapot.Alternatively, you can decant the tea intoa pitcher before sharing in small cups withfriends over multiple infusions.It is very important not to let the tea stew byleaving it in the teapot, as it willbecome astringent.
Making tea in this simple way will ensure a greattasting cup but you can always experiment withlarger servings of tea and shorter infusions to findthe right taste for you.For more details on getting the best out of yourtea, see the full Infusion Guide on our website. JING GLASS ONE CUP TEAPOT SET