Each tea has unique nuances and aromas that make it incomparable. Teas differ not only in their cultivation and production, but also in their preparation.
The right portion size of a tea is always dictated by the type of tea and by how strongly it unfolds its flavours. For example, black teas are stronger in taste and you need less tea when brewing it. The filling quantity in the Avoury tea capsule is therefore optimally adapted to the respective tea. In order to fully develop their aroma, teas and infusions need a lot of space and freedom of movement. For this reason, the special chamber system of the Avoury Tea Machine was developed so that the tea can circulate freely in the water inside the capsule. In general, the longer a tea is brewed, the faster the flavourings dissolve in the water. Each tea requires its own specific water temperature to develop every nuance of its taste. Black tea needs high temperatures, while white tea is much more sensitive. The Avoury system automatically detects which tea is brewing and adjusts the brewing temperature to the requirements of that tea. The result is that every tea tastes exactly as it should. Green tea is particularly demanding in its preparation. If the water is too hot or it is brewed for too long, bitter substances form. If the water is too cold, the aromas cannot dissolve. For newcomers to the art of drinking green tea, the Avoury Tea Machine is a particularly good alternative to conventional preparation. The right brewing time is important for a perfect result and it is different for each tea. Fruit infusions, for example, require a longer brewing time than most teas to fully develop their aromas. This is also recognised by the Avoury Tea Machine and the brewing time adjusted automatically. All you have to do is enjoy the tea.