1. Tea is super easy to make.
Even if you prepare your coffee the night before, it still requires measuring coffee and water, not to mention grinding beans, if you are a coffee purist. None of that is necessary for a delicious cup of tea. Just heat up some water. It’s that easy.
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Research has shown that tea hydrates just as much as water does. So there’s a bonus: besides the antioxidants present in tea, there’s also hydration going on. So you can drink tea all day long!
3. Health Benefits
For years, we’ve been hearing there are major health benefits to drinking different kinds of tea. Besides the fact that Green tea is noted to help in weight loss, research has shown it helps to keep your bones healthy. While your thirty-something self may not care too much about this, your seventy-something self will thank you for being so proactive.
4. Halitosis Help
Researchers at the University of Chicago found that black tea contains a chemical called polyphenols that slow down the formation of bacteria. They may also reduce the chance. of periodontal disease.
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5. Tea Parties
Let’s face it – dinner parties are great, but who has the time to put together a huge meal regularly? With tea parties, choose a couple of your favorite varieties of tea, with a couple dainty finger sandwiches and some cookies and biscuits. Bam – you’re done! Not only is it rather simple to pull together the components but rather classy.
Loose leaf tea sales have become extremely popular in the last several years. There are all kinds of different flavors of loose leaf teas available. Many argue that loose leaf teas give a better brew of tea than the traditional tea bags. Some tea enthusiasts even prefer to brew their own blend of tea.
Of course if you want to brew loose leaf tea you will need an infuser. The idea is the ease of removal of the tea leaves once you are done brewing your tea. Experts recommend not leaving the tea leaves in your water too long. This causes them to overbrew which leads to bitter tea.
The best thing to do is a use an infuser in a teapot. Simply place the leaves into the tea strainer in the teapot, add water and wait for your tea to brew. There’s even a whistle to let you know when the water is boiling. This is much more convenient versus other brewing methods which require you to boil your water elsewhere and then add to a strainer in a cup. This gets everything done in one step.
When ready, lift out the infuser with the leaves and you’re left with clear tea. The strainer lifts right out of the kettle for easy clean up.
Looking for a quality tea infuser? Made of stainless steel, the WMF Ball Tea Kettle with Infuser combines a beautiful design with sophisticated functionality. The strainers is perfectly sized to allow the tea leaves to develop their flavor,
• Brews up to 1-1/2 quarts of tea
• Removable whistle on spout adds merry note to tea-brewing
• Removable infuser fits into kettle opening with lid removed
• Made of heavy 18/10 stainless steel polished to mirror finish
• Lifetime warranty against defects
For the perfect cup of tea every time, the WMF Ball Tea Kettle with Infuser is the best choice. The elegant design is something any tea lover will be proud to display in their kitchen. Surprise the tea lover in your life with this Tea Kettle.