It turns out that in this simple matter, skill is also needed.
Brewing tea bags is even easier than using classic loose tea. But even here there are nuances.
Even in the course of such a simple procedure, mistakes are made. Any tea, regardless of the variety, must be brewed with water that has just been warmed up.
The only difference is that the brewing temperature is different. Not all tea can be boiled. For example, bags with herbal or green tea are sent to water heated to 70-80 degrees.
Hotter water will destroy all the beneficial substances, change the taste of the drink for the worse. The end result is just a waste of tea.
You can brew black tea and oolong tea with boiling water. These varieties best reveal the taste at 100 degrees.
With red tea, the situation is different. It is not necessary to bring to a boil. The optimum temperature varies from 90 to 95 degrees.