How your tea is made from your home water cooler

make a cup of tea from your home water coolerMany of you are now aware that not only can you get a home water cooler to deliver chilled spring water on demand whenever thirst strikes, but you can choose the option of a hot tap instead of a room temperature tap, which dispenses water hot enough to make a lovely cup of tea. In celebration of this, we’re taking a look at the humble tea bag, and making an investigation into everything it does, to work so hard for us, to produce the perfect cuppa. So sit back tea lovers, and prepare to have your mind blown by these amazing teabag facts:
– Any teabag works using the same basic science; bag holds leaves, hot water releases flavour of leaves by breaking down enzymes within the leaves, bag holds leaves for handy removal once cuppa reaches desired strength.
– The first teabags were hand-sewn from silk muslin, although they are now much more commonly made from porous paper.
– If you’re in a country where loose leaf tea is more readily available, don’t get too about the term “tea bag”, as it will usually refer to the foil bag containing the tea leaves. They can sometimes be in bright colours or with bold patterns.
If you are now fancying a lovely cup of something hot, get in touch and we’ll help you find the perfect home water cooler to help you make it!

Dan Oakley

Dan Oakley

Dan Oakley is the head of logistics at Drinking Waters and has been with the company almost ten years.

He has a wide experience across many different types of Hydration equipment and is perfectly placed to advise customers on the best solution for them.
 

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