As in the oxygen molecules will break bonds with the hydrogen molecules? r/kratom: Welcome to the place for discussion of kratom. When talking with non-enthusiasts, I find this is the first thing I teach them that helps them enjoy tea: getting the temperature right, just as necessary in any cooking. So now I need to ask, is microwave brewing a faster and more efficient way to get the same results as properly brewed tea? I am appalled. For a microwave, I heat till just boiling, take it out, stir it up (to make it more even), and then wait for the right temp. Something like that... anyway I'm drinking from microwaved water right now. When it enviably came time for second cup I followed him into the kitchen and was shocked to find that he'd made it in the microwave! I'm a bit impatient. i deep-fry and eat my teabags and drink a coke after USA! Like you heat the microwave tea,oh my god like how when why? There is absolutely no difference between microwaved and stove-heated water presuming the water is heated evenly. Deplete the water of oxygen? I usually use loose black tea or green tea and it really tastes good if i stove boil it .. because on the stove the tea boils for much longer and the longer i boil it the more tea/flavor is dissolved .. However I've never tested a difference so YMMV. He put two mugs of water in, one with some tea leaves and the other plain water. Do you think I put the tea bag in the microwave like an idiot? I've always been a purest when it came to tea. He served me tea. Probably from my father's old tea habits, my tea has always been brewed properly on a stove and served from a teapot. I am appalled. Same here. Physics explanation: there's a difference in how the water is heated - the microwave does work on the water, making the water molecules move faster and raising the temperature. Spark some discussions! I think I'll give it a go later today. Then add milk afterwards. Recently I was in the USA on business and visited an old friend in my spare time. Twinings Earl Grey, which I sometimes drink at home. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I use the microwave to heat water. EDIT: To be clear, you don't put tea in water while it is still boiling, you bring the water to a boil, let it cool a bit, then put it in. Learn how to make tea properly you savages. A wooden chopstick stuck into the water you wish to microwave avoids this problem. I've always thought that it would produce inferior results, but this experience has caused me to rethink the matter. I can't risk varying brewing temperatures as the water heats up. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. That's awful. Then add milk afterwards. Does it enhance the taste? I'm sorry, did you say people MICROWAVE THE FUCKING TEA??? Milk in your tea, how stupid. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies.

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