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 How to make
To make the tea properly, the teapot should first be warm with warm water. This water is then poured away.If you use 'still mineral water' ( high on calcium bicarbonate), it will enhance your the quality of flavour in black teas.

Use a teaspoonful of tea for each cup. A heaped teaspoon in hard water and level spoon in soft water. Still mineral water is not considered ‘soft ’, so it is on the harder side.

The tea leaves are put into the pot, fresh boiling water is poured over and a tea cosy placed over the pot.

The tea pot should be allowed to stand for a few minutes ( this is called infusing) before the tea is poured out. Generally a five minute infusion makes a good cup. This is not an unalterable rule since some tea connoisseurs enjoy a three minutes wait. In hard water a longer infusion time helps flavours to emerge out better. In soft water, tea infuses much quicker. You as the connoisseur should decide how many minutes is best for you.

We recommend you use a tea cosy cover to keep the pot warm while you wait.

The infusion could be poured through a strainer into a cup, although tea leaves are quite harmless if left unstrained. The remaining tea infusion left in the tea pot may turn bitter in taste after six or seven minutes. Black Teas are generally not suitable for a second infusion or a third, unlike in a green tea or an oolong tea.

  Tea Master's Advice
Tea Craft and Water Craft
Teas of the world are made simply by steeping the leaf in very hot or boiling water. Be it Green, Pouchong, Oolong or Black Teas, they are all products of the same plant Camellia Synensis and they respond to a similar style of tea making.

You can vary the quantity of leaf per serving
Yes, from one gram to seven grams or so are used to make a cup of tea. The quantity can be varied by the connoisseur depending upon on how he/she likes the tea. Oolong teas are generally used in a larger measure upto 7gms whereas black teas offer the best cups in 2gms per serving.

You may vary the steeping time also
'Steeping' is, the time you keep the leaf soaked in hot or boiled water. The tea juices present in the leaf dissolve in the water slowly or quickly depending on factors explained below.:

a) The style of leaf, since black tea needs upto 5 minutes and Oolong or Pouchong deliver the desired decoction in less than a minute also. The smaller sized grades of black tea or green tea are faster and more tannic than large sized leaves. So when you use smaller sized leaf, you may reduce steeping time.

b) The quantum of juice that is impregnated on the dry leaf after it leaves the tea factory. The higher the cell rupture in the factory rolling/ cutting/ shaking machines, the higher is the quantum of juice that is exuded by the leaf. It is this juice which sticks on the upper surface of the tea-leaf. When this dried juice from dry tea comes in contact with hot water, the juices dissolve readily in it.

Water Craft
Water on the planet has natural salts in varying quantities. Hard water, as it is called sometimes, has more salts than soft water. Water containing less than 50parts per million (also mg/litre) calcium salts is known as 'Soft Water'. Water containing 50 parts per million of calcium salts is known as 'Hard Water'. Even water with 500 parts per million salts is known as 'Hard Water'. The concertina of numerical measure is very wide in case of hard water.

Generally soft water is considered better for tea because the soft water has no character of its own. Taste of hard water however changes and, the harder the water, the more assertive is its taste. Desirable or Undesirable the taste in hard water comes from the dissolved solids/ salts.

The undersigned is a black tea drinker and is of the view that hard water between 50 ppm to 250 ppm with calcium salts is sweeter. The sweet taste of water helps to bring to prominence the flavour of tea. Whereas Evian water is too hard, the other brand namely Volvic is not so hard. It is sweet and does the trick on the taster's palate. The Evian brand spring water has some 309 mg per litre. Volvic is also spring water, although it has fewer dissolved solids. This water has some 130 mg per litre and the connoisseurs of tea may prefer this to demineralised water (know as RO water) or Evian. This is because RO water is very low on salts and Evian has minerals on the higher side which could interfere with tea flavour.

All Buyers compete equally at the Auctions and the highest bidders can buy any tea they have selected. The advantage that Auction Buyer has over garden producers is that we select only the finest for our overseas buyers. The source garden changes each time, as a single source never makes the same quality each time. This is true for vineyards also.

There are five Tea Producing Regions in India. Assam, Green Tea, Sikkim, Kangra & Milgiri. The first four sell at Kolkata Auction Center where we have a major presence. The fifth type of tea, namely, South Indian Tea of Nilgiri Mountains sells at Cochin Port City. Once again, we have our presence there. Our buyer attends the Auctions every week, both at Kolkata and Cochin tea seaports where we have our branch offices. In this way, we have access to produce of all of India. (The world's largest producer of tea)

This presence also gives us access to almost 75% of tea produced in India and we can therefore select from a wide range offered by single estates. We also purchase through the other route, which is privately, the very best teas of the season and offer them out to our gourmet tea buyers abroad.

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Bhasin Tea Traders
Name : Harpreet Singh
Address : C/25, Lane No.11, New Mahavir Nagar, Tilak Nagar, New Delhi-18
E-mail : bhasintea@gmail.com
Contact : 25992250, 9810278208

Since 1992, we have been providing a fine selection of Rare Green and Black Tea in originals or in blends, for tea connoisseurs around the world. Coming from a family tradition of tea tasters, Our tasters provide you with rare Green Tea Teas from the district of Green Tea. We also offer you tea from little known, but worth knowing - the flowery valley of Kangra, Spicy Nilgri Hills and Assam Clonals in India.
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