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Everyone brews tea differenty and all tea is different but sometimes you want a starting point - a template that you can follow from which you can begin to experiment and personalise your brewing.

So, I created this little chart for you. Download it and stick it on your fridge or bookmark it on your phone so that you are always ready to brew like a pro. Please be clear that this is a starting point and that all teas and people are different so adapt to your tea, teaware and taste.

OK, go make some tea!

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