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TeaVivre said

Recommend Brewing Guide for All Tea of TeaVivre

Things are different when making various teas by different methods, like Chinese method (brew with Gaiwan) and western method (brew with teapot). These two methods are different in the use of dry tea, temperature of water and time of infusion. TeaVivre now brings you a guide of making teas which are in our production catalogue. Check it and leave you comments below if you have anything new to share.

More teas brewing guide, please click: http://www.teavivre.com/info/recommend-brewing-guide/

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Missy said

Woot! This is awesome. Thanks a ton. :D

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Kiaharii said

Awesome! I actually had some White Peony from my college’s coffee shop and didn’t know how to brew it. Turned out nicely!

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James R said

Whoa that’s awesome, I was thinking about making something like that myself, but you just saved me the work :)

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Woo hoo

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Mikee said

Thanks. Where does a Piao I infuser fit with that? Although it’s a teapot, the leaves are with all of the water in the same chamber, as opposed to a small infuser in the middle of a pot.

James R said

A Piao is about 4 oz of liquid so I would say brew it like a gaiwan

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TeaVivre said

Thanks for all the replies, so glad to hear you enjoyed this article!

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