- Green tea - 1-2 teaspoons (grade "September")
- Purified water - 300 milliliters (90 degrees)
Unlike Chinese tea, whose leavesFry, September simply pass the steam for 15-20 seconds to prevent oxidation. After that, the leaves are given the desired shape, twisting them, and dried. The most popular form of this tea is "needles". Take 1-2 teaspoons of this tea, depending on how strong the tea you prefer, and place it in a dry ceramic teapot. Boil the purified water and allow it to cool to 90 degrees Celsius. Never pour tea with steep boiling water! Let the September brew for only 30-60 seconds, and immediately pour into a beautiful ceramic cup. That's how high-grade September looks. This tea can be brewed a little more water, but there should be a small break between brewing. If the September has stood for more than 2 hours, it's pointless to brew repeatedly.