How to make the perfect morning tea
The humble cuppa. It may seem simple, but there is an art to making the perfect brew. Tea has been bringing people together for centuries but a bad cup can be divisive! Arla Cravendale is fresh milk – filtered for purity – so it tastes delicious. Kickstart your day with the perfect tea with this handy guide to creating the ultimate brew.
Bag left in, bag left out. Brewed for a minute, brewed for five. Everyone has their own methods when it comes to the fine craft of tea making. It can take a bit of practice, but there’s nothing quite like sipping on the perfect morning cuppa.
Milk and tea
a perfect match
Milk in first or milk in last. Light and creamy or dark and fruity. When it comes to the perfect breakfast tea, a splash of Arla Cravendale is the perfect finishing touch.
Did you know?
Boiling the water not only heats things up, it oxygenates the liquid too, adding extra flavour.
Swirling a little of the boiled water around in the bottom of your mug or teapot ensures things are nice and toasty before you pop your bag in – so your tea stays hotter for longer!
Once the water is boiled, let it settle for a minute. Then pour it over the teabag in your mug, filling up three-quarters of the way. Leave the teabag for the desired time – three to five minutes is peak brewing time.
Add a dash of Arla Cravendale to top off your tea.
Some like it dark, a terracotta colour, others opt for much paler – have a look at the trends here. Then stir it all together and enjoy – ideally with a biscuit too.
Some people like their morning cuppa that little bit sweeter. Now’s the time to add your sugar – white is best. Simply pop it in post-milk and stir until dissolved.