How Different Pouring Styles Change Your Tea

You'll be surprised about the effect that this small change makes to your brews


No matter how many years I have been brewing tea, I am always taken aback by the depth of this practice - tiny details make a big difference to the resulting brews.

So, let's geek dive into a Gong Fu Tea brewing masterclass showing the differences between direct of Gall brewing and Indirect or Rim brewing:

Then, we go one step further to see how different styles of rim brewing affect the taste of your tea.

Try out the techniques yourself and give us your opinions - which style is your favourite?

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