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Green

No.1

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Tea: 5g

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Temp: 165°F/75°C

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Time: 30s+

Instruction

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icon of loose-leaf tea in a teapot

Tea: 5g

icon of filling a teapot

Temp: 165°F/75°C

icon of pouring tea

Time: 30s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 30s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio:
Use 30ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps:
4-5 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew:
Mix every 1g of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 6-7 hours. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Note: We recommend that you start with a 30s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio: Use 30ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps: 4-5 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew: Mix every 1g of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 6-7 hours. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Experience

Once you're ready to drink this green tea, click the play button below to enjoy our "Tea House Experience."

Oolong

No.1

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Tea: 5g

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Temp: 212°F/100°C

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Time: 30s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 30s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio: Use 25ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps: 4-5 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew: Mix every 1g of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and place the drink inside of refrigerator for 8-10 hours. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Instruction

icon of dropdown
icon of loose-leaf tea in a teapot

Tea: 5g

icon of filling a teapot

Temp: 212°F/100°C

icon of pouring tea

Time: 30s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 30s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio:
Use 25ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps:
4-5 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew:
Mix every 1g of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and place the drink inside of refrigerator for 8-10 hours. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Experience

Once you're ready to drink this green tea, click the play button below to enjoy our "Tea House Experience."

White

No.1

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Tea: 5g

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Temp: 185°F/85°C

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Time: 40s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 40s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio: Use 30ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps: Up to 10 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew: Mix every 1g of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 6-7 hours inside of a refrigerator. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Instruction

icon of dropdown
icon of loose-leaf tea in a teapot

Tea: 5g

icon of filling a teapot

Temp: 185°F/85°C

icon of pouring tea

Time: 40s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 40s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio:
Use 30ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps:
Up to 10 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew:
Mix every 1g of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 6-7 hours inside of a refrigerator. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Experience

Once you're ready to drink this green tea, click the play button below to enjoy our "Tea House Experience."

Red

No.1

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Tea: 5g

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Temp: 185°F/85°C

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Time: 15s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 15s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio: Use 30ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps: Up to 10 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew: Mix every one gram of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 7-8 hours inside of a refrigerator. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Instruction

icon of dropdown
icon of loose-leaf tea in a teapot

Tea: 5g

icon of filling a teapot

Temp: 185°F/85°C

icon of pouring tea

Time: 15s+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 15s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio:
Use 30ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps:
Up to 10 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew:
Mix every one gram of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 7-8 hours inside of a refrigerator. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Experience

Once you're ready to drink this green tea, click the play button below to enjoy our "Tea House Experience."

Oolong

No.2

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Tea: 5g

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Temp: 212°F/100°C

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Time: 10+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 10s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio
: Use 25ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps: 5-6 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew: Mix every one gram of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 7-8 hours inside of a refrigerator. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Instruction

icon of dropdown
icon of loose-leaf tea in a teapot

Tea: 5g

icon of filling a teapot

Temp: 212°F/100°C

icon of pouring tea

Time: 10+

Note: We recommend that you start with a 10s steep, then double the time starting from the 3rd steep. That said, don't be scared to experiment with the timing. In fact, it might be the best way to find your "perfect" cup of tea. 🍵

Ratio:
Use 25ml of water with every gram of tea (our pot is 200ml and each sample is 5g).
Steeps:
5-6 times (tea tend to get bitter the longer they stay in the water. So try empty the pot each time you pour it out to maintain a consistent taste).
Cold-brew:
Mix every one gram of tea with 100ml of room temperature water and allow it to steep for 7-8 hours inside of a refrigerator. Filter the liquor and drink within 24 hours.

Experience

Once you're ready to drink this green tea, click the play button below to enjoy our "Tea House Experience."