How to Brew Loose Leaf Tea in a Simple Brew
Our simple brew teapot is a great way to enjoy loose leaf tea at home or the office every day. The glass brew pot allows you to watch your favorite teas infuse and expand. It is made from sturdy borosiliate glass, making it resistant to breaking, even with drastic swings in temperature and a food-safe stainless steel lid that is easy to take apart for a deeper cleaning. It’s dishwasher safe and works well for any kind of loose leaf tea, especially our finer-cut botanicals.
To prepare tea with a Simple Brew, here is what you will need:
1) 400ml Simple Brew teapot
2) Electric kettle or a source of hot water
5) Mug or serving pitcher
Add 1 rounded tablespoon of tea to a clean, dry Simple Brew for an 8oz cup of tea.
For a 12oz cup of team use 1.5 rounded table spoons.
Boil water with an electric kettle, or draw hot water from a dispenser. Cool the water to appropriate brewing temperature. You can find the recommend water temperature on the packaging for most of our teas. Otherwise, it is also available on the product’s page on our website.
Fill with hot water just below the spout to brew 12oz of tea. Fill about 2/3 full to brew 8oz of tea.
Add lid and allow tea to steep for the recommended time. You can find the recommend steep time on the packaging for most of our teas. Otherwise, it is also available on the product’s page on our website.
Decant fully into our Companion Mug or other tea cup.
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