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There are simple steps in which you must do things to make a cup of tea. Below is the order of steps to make a cup of Chai.
1. Load the kettle with water
2. Simmer the kettle
3. Put a tea bag in a mug
4. Pour simmering water into the mug
5. Brew the tea for a few instants
6. Extract and dispose of the teabag
7. Add milk
8. Add sugar
9. Mix the tea
10. Enjoy the desirable tea
Everyone has preferences when making tea, so the ten steps listed above may only suit some. For example, you may prefer your tea without sugar or like to add milk after the tea. However, as long as the result is the same, there is no right or wrong way to make tea (although adding milk first is generally not recommended!). The most important thing is finding the best technique for you.
The origin of tea can be traced back to China. Legend has it that in 2737 BC, Emperor Shen Nung sat under a tree while his servant was boiling water for drinking. As fate would have it, some leaves from the tree blew into the water. Shen Nung, well-known for his knowledge of herbs, decided to try the drink his servant had unintentionally made.
Charles Alexander Bruce, a British naval and gunboat officer, explorer, and author, is renowned for being the father of the tea industry in Assam. He lived from January 11, 1793, to April 23, 1871.
Drinking ginger tea every day is usually considered safe for most individuals. Nevertheless, we recommend consulting your doctor if you plan on consuming large quantities, mainly if you take any medications. Drinking one cup of ginger tea daily can aid digestion and prevent symptoms such as indigestion, nausea, and heartburn.