Across the world no other beverage is as popular as tea. The most important tool
for making tea is the teapot. A teapot should never be rinsed out with anything but
hot water. The tannin, which discolours the inside after a while, provides a natural
coating, which enhances the aroma of the tea. The perfect teapot is made of
porcelain and should ideally be round or bulbous, as this shape gives the tealeaves
room to infuse properly. A teacup is wider and shorter than a coffee cup to bring
out the full flavour of the tea.
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