How to Make Your Tea Taste Better? 5 Things to Try
by George Andon on Dec 07, 2022
Have you ever followed the brewing instructions but still produced a cup of tea that wasn't particularly tasty? Some loose-leaf teas simply don't have that great of a flavor. It doesn't matter if it's because you can't stand the taste, the tea's quality isn't what you'd anticipate, or it's past its sell-by date. Regardless of the cause, you can improve the flavor and make any tea taste better.
Ways to improve the tase of Hot Tea:
1. Add cinnamon or ginger
To give it a holiday feel, add cinnamon and ginger.
2. Use a natural sweetener
Choose calorie-free natural sweeteners if you enjoy drinking sweet tea. Any cup may be significantly sweetened by the use of stevia or licorice root.
3. Use cream instead of milk
Cream works well with robust, malty black teas and may provide extra thickness to your beverage.
4. Roast the tea leaves before brewing
You may roast your loose leaves in a dry, spotless saucepan. For leaves that have lost their taste and freshness, this method is effective.
5. Add a bit of apple juice to make the perfect teacup
Any black tea may instantly become a festive beverage by adding apple juice, turning it from ordinary to festive. The last touch is to add cinnamon.