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Ingredients of Filter Tea
- You need of South Indian Coffee Filter (6 cups steel) 1 number.
- Prepare 2 cups of Boiling water ~.
- It’s 4 teaspoons of Tea -.
- Prepare of Elaichi green/cardamom – 3 crushed.
- Prepare 1/4 teaspoon of Nutmeg -.
- You need 1 tsp of Cinnamon powder -.
- You need of Ginger fresh; deskinned – 2 inch piece crushed.
- It’s Clove of – 3 numbers crushed.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of Fennel seeds optional -.
- Prepare 3/4 tsp of Black pepper coarsely ground -.
- It’s of Star anise (optional) – 1 number.
The best tasting water makes the best tasting tea and using filtered water is the easiest way to make your tea taste better. Instead of using tap water, go with filtered water whenever you make tea. Tea Sommelier's Tip: By removing impurities and chemicals from your water, filters allow the tea to have a more clear and consistent flavor. The filters provide the tea leaves the space to unfold and to evolve their best flavor.
Filter Tea step by step
- In a blender, dry grind ginger, elaichi, nutmeg powder, star anise, clove and fennel seeds. Grind them all well..
- Transfer this mixture to a South indian coffee filter and add tea. Now add 1 cup of boiling water to the filter over the powders and tea..
- Once the decoction is collected in the bottom half of the filter; pour the remaining water into the filter and let it drip down again. Once 2 cups have emptied; store the decoction and make tea with it..
- To make tea, boil milk/water and add the decoction as per your required strength; mix in sweetener of choice and enjoy hot/cold..
All of our Simpson & Vail tea filters have one main thing in common – they will brew your tea and herbals from the smallest sized leaf to the largest. They are made in Germany out of stainless-steel micro-mesh in a heat tolerant frame from BPA-free material. The lid doubles as drip-off tray – so you could brew your tea right at the table! Paper filters are a great choice for teas with very small particles, and those that have an intense flavor. Don't brew teas with a delicate flavor using paper filters because you will end up with a paper-tasting tea.