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    lordhazanko
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    Most of the tea I drink is Iced Tea so I just brew that a gallon at a time and let it steep overnight. In the morning I pour it into a big jug and set that in the fridge.

    For hot tea, I boil water in a tetsubin. I use the authentic version which is rather hard to find. Most tetsubin these days have an enamel coating inside so you can brew tea in them without getting a metallic flavor...this essentially turns the tetsubin into a teapot. Traditionally, they are a kettle, which means they are used to heat water, not to brew tea inside. I took the time to find an authentic one that is purely cast-iron with no coating inside, which i would recommend for any other tea snobs on here. It adds a very slight metallic tinge to your tea, but that's how tea was for hundreds of years! So I boil my water in there on the stove then pour into my mug w/ a tea ball or teabag. I alternate between loose teas in a ball/infuser or just teabags. It depends on how much time I have and how much money I want to spend at the time. Oolong has been my favorite for about 2 years, with the varieties from Taiwan being the best imo.
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    jimhawking
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    I'm trying to drink through some of my tea before I get to college. Since I'll have a roommate, I want to be able to store my teas in limited space. And I have a lot of tea. I am also considering selling hot tea on my campus to make a little extra money and share tea with other people.
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