Hot tea...Autumn flavor It's autumn weather this weekend. In the park in front of Dimbula, a kindergarten sports day is being held in the morning. Since Dimbula is on the second floor, customers are watching while drinking tea. The sun is strong, but this is fine autumn, the air is dry, and it feels good. A warm cup of tea just tastes better. This week, I took a picture of how to brew tea. The temperature of the hot water is important (95-98 degrees C), just turn off the heat when large bubbles appear on the surface of the water and the surface becomes wavy. Don't let it get too hot! Pour boiling water into the pot vigorously, and if all the tea leaves float to the surface, it's a success! Jumping will always occur. . . With BOP, the jumping will end after 3-4 minutes, and most of the tea leaves that were floating will sink to the bottom, so you can pour it into the cup. . The light blue color of this clear red tea! Autumn, isn't it? .