- Stone-milled tea powder
- Liquid medium melted fat , water, whipping cream etc
- How to extract the most flavours from your tea powders:Steeping:In order to allow the tea to release it's aroma and full potential, it is essential that you steep the tea in a liquid medium. Whether it is melted fat, water or whipping cream, allow the tea to steep between 5-10 minutes. This technique will allow the tea to release its flavours and develop its aroma.Note:Remember to pre-steep your tea powders prior to adding it into your ingredients. Refrain from adding the tea powder directly into dry ingredients as it has not reached optimal potency.
- Liquid temperature:When preparing the tea powder, ensure that the water/liquid temperature is hot and not boiling. We've found that 50-70 C is the sweet spot.
- For cold recipes:Allow the prepared tea extract to steep for 8+ hours as it will yield better results such as a deeper flavour profile and an even infusion. This method offers a slower flavour extraction and requires extra time!