Earlier we discussed the meaning of the word ‘Steep’, now we’ll learn about steeping different kinds of tea. Our ultimate aim is to make our customers have the most convenient experience in every possible way. So we came up with this easy-to-understand and concise guide with steps to steep different kinds of tea with respective factors like the amount required, temperature, timing to steep etc. You can easily take a print out of this guide and stick it on your kitchen shelf or fridge door to have handy instructions. This way, every cup of tea that you make will turn out perfect.
So here’s the guide for you in a pictorial format:
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