Brewing tea

Do you pre heat your teacup/teapot?

2017-10-15 07:04 #0 by: Tealover

Do you pre heat your teacup or teapot (or gaiwan, chawan or whatever you use) before you make your tea?

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2017-10-15 07:05 #1 by: Tealover

I do it most of the time but sadly not all of the time

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2017-10-15 09:00 #2 by: Niklas

I don’t. My reasoning is that the water is so hot anyway so it will warm the mug.

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2017-10-15 09:01 #3 by: Tealover

#2 But the bewing temperature won't be correct if you don't 

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2017-10-15 10:43 #4 by: Niklas

It would be interesting to know how much the temperature differs between cold and heated mugs.

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2017-10-15 10:54 #5 by: Tealover

#4 I was thinking the same so I think I'll do an experiment next week

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2017-10-15 17:34 #6 by: Niklas

Okay. Try to measure temperature a couple of times. In the beginning they probably are almost the same.

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