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Black Teas
The most widely popular tea, dependable black receives the highest level of processing and generally retains the strongest flavor. You’re likely to find it blended with other plants and spices for a broad range of tastes.
II. Steeping
Turn up the heat
mber the Rule of One: one teaspoon per one cup. High temperatures are not a problem for black teas, so they fare best when steeped in freshly boiled water. But watch the clock—steeping times longer than 4-5 minutes may produce a bitter taste.
IV. Preperation
At the whistle
Since boiling hot water is best with black tea, a traditional stainless steel kettle is ideal. An infuser will give the leaves room to open and help you control the depth of flavor.
I. Processing
How It's Made
Derived from wilted or crushed tea leaves, black tea is the only variety that is fully oxidized. It’s exposed to cool, humid air which allows it to darken in color and give off that familiar rich aroma—halted only by a final drying process.
III. Caffeine
A gentle jolt
Black tea contains 20% of the caffeine in a cup of coffee, making it ideal for morning or mid-afternoon pick-me-ups, minus the jitters. Of course, longer steeping times extract more caffeine, so watch how long you keep your tea in the bath.