The perfect cuppa?
We all from time to time sit down and ask for the perfect cup of tea don’t we? We find it relaxing, soothing and, above all, tasty. Well, did you know that the ‘perfect cup of tea’ actually exists?
according to a report published in The Independent: “The British Tea Producers’ Association, Tea Trade Committee and Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food all helped to create the standards, which were developed in 1980 to help professional tea testers and are officially known as BS 6008.
So how do you make the perfect cup of tea?
“You need a pot made of porcelain, and there must be at least two grams of tea to every 100ml of water. The temperature can’t go beyond 85 degrees when served but should be above 60 degrees for “optimum flavour and sensation”.
Just don’t start questions such as milk first or last?