The tea is hot, the leaves are bright and the air is crisp.
But the flavor of the tea depends on how you choose to enjoy it.
The flat tummies you’ll find in the tea shop are typically made of a green tea or a tea leaf that is finely ground and steeped with hot water, a high-temperature process called tea brewing.
Some flat tumms have an aromatic aroma that makes them perfect for steeping in a tea cup.
If you want a flat-tummy tea, you’re looking for a hot, smooth cup that can absorb the full power of the brew.
A cup that’s been steeped for a long time, and then heated to the correct temperature, is best.
If the tea is cold, you may want to make it a little bit more delicate, to make sure that it’s not too hot.
You may also want to pour some of the warm water over the tea leaves and let it cool for a minute or two before taking it to the next step, which can be a little tricky.
If tea is too hot, you can heat the tea with your hand and then pour the tea through a filter.
You could use a tea bag, or you can buy a teapot.
If your tea isn’t hot enough to pour through the filter, you’ll have to use the tea spoon to pour it.
This may take a little practice to master, but the end result will be delicious.
If, however, the tea isn�t hot enough, you will have to wait until it cools down before you can add the tea.
You can use a cold tea spoon or use a mug.
In either case, you must carefully stir the tea into the hot water so that it becomes more liquid.
The longer you wait, the more hot water you will need to add.
If you wait too long, you�ll have to pour the hot tea through the filters and have to stir it again.
The best tea steeping technique is to start with a very hot tea.
Add hot water to the tea and then slowly pour in the cold water until it becomes almost as hot as the tea you want to drink.
The tea will begin to bubble and steam up as you pour in hot water.
You can add a little more hot tea water as needed to bring the tea to a temperature that you�ve reached, but you�re trying to make the tea hotter than the tea itself.
If the tea doesn�t have enough steam, you should add hot water until the steam is just right.Once you�m happy with the tea�s temperature, you pour it into a tea container, placing the container on the stovetop and waiting until the water is boiling.
When the water reaches a certain temperature, it will cool down and the tea will become hot enough for you to drink it.
Once the tea has cooled to a certain level, you might want to add a dash of cold water, or use the teapots.
If that�s not an option, you could add a few drops of hot water into the tea pot and pour the water into a cup.