Preparing a cup of tea takes patience to get a better and perfect taste
One of the benefits of tea is that it improves the mood quickly, as it is a panacea in this matter, as well as helps relaxation and promotes digestion.
The best way to prepare a cup of tea is not as easy as some people put a tea bag and pour boiling water and stir it. The researcher (Miodonic) at University College London talked about 4 simple scientific tips in his interview with the BBC:
The first of these tips is to use loose tea, not bags, because they lock the flavor of the tea and do not make the particles move freely inside it to get out the materials in it.
The second advice is to use filtered water (through the filter) and not regular tap water because it contains a percentage of calcium salts that prevent the granules from taking out the flavor they contain completely.
The third advice, which is the temperature used in preparation, should be 100 degrees Celsius in black tea, while green tea has enough temperature of 80 degrees to be ideal.
The fourth advice is not to hurry and drink tea immediately after preparing it. Rather, you should wait for a period of at least 8 minutes to give the tea particles the opportunity to extract their juice, which contains more than 30 thousand chemicals that give it its distinctive flavor.