Quality Leaves: Make sure to always invest in high-quality or good flavours of loose tea or tea bags.
Proper Brewing: Try to learn the ideal steeping time and temperature for each type of tea.
Fresh Water: While preparing your tea always use filtered or spring water for a cleaner taste.
Citrus Zest: A twist of lemon, lime, or orange injects a burst of freshness that cuts through bitterness and brightens your cup.
Sweet Additions: A touch of sweetness can complement or contrast the tea's notes. Add sugar according to your taste buds.
Herbal Infusions: Mix in fresh herbs like Mint, basil, or even lavender can infuse your tea with unexpected layers of flavor
Spices: Cinnamon sticks, cardamom pods, or a slice of ginger add depth and complexity of faraway lands in every sip.
Milk or Cream: Go with milk or cream, or explore plant-based alternatives like oat milk or coconut milk.
Temperature Control: Let the water gently simmer, not boil, to avoid bitterness. Overheating is a tea's worst enemy.