Mablend teapot

1. Fill the teapot with 5 grams of loose tea (about 2 teaspoons).
2. Heat water to 100°C.
3. Pour the hot water into the teapot.
4. Let the tea steep for about 30 seconds for the first brew.
5. Twist the lid and let the tea flow into your cup.
6. You can re-brew the tea leaves several times.

You can adjust the steeping time for each infusion to your own taste.

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Alternative brewing methods

If you don't have a Mablend tea infuser or Chinese Gongfu, use a teacup with a strainer instead.

  1. Take a 350ml teacup.
  2. Heat water to 100°C.
  3. Add 2 teaspoons (5g) of loose leaf tea to the strainer.
  4. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves.
  5. Let the tea steep for 3-5 minutes, depending on your taste preferences. The longer you let it steep, the more bitter it will become.
  6. Strain the tea leaves and enjoy your freshly brewed Oolong tea.
  1. Use a Gaiwan with a capacity of 3.8oz (110ml).
  2. Heat water to 100°C.
  3. Add 7g of tea leaves to the Gaiwan.
  4. Rinse the tea leaves by pouring hot water into the Gaiwan, swirling it for a few seconds and then pouring the water away.
  5. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves again and start the steeping process with the following steeping times: 15s, 25s, 35s, 45s, 55s, 75s and 85s.
  6. After each brew, pour the tea into a separate cup or pitcher to enjoy.