Make The Best Cup of Tea with An Electric Tea Maker Machine

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Most people in the world still make tea using a kettle or a tea pot. While this may have been the way for a long time now, there is something wrong. Using a kettle, you simply can’t get the same great taste you really want from your tea even if it is the best Ceylon tea from that far off island called Sri Lanka. The problem is, kettles were invented for boiling water, not making tea. Because of this, if you really want the best cup of tea possible, you need to get one of the modern best tea makers about. The above carousal for examples shows 4 of top electric tea making machines in the market today that are designed and made after thousands of hours of research for making tea specifically.

Electric Tea makers are better then kettle for making tea in every way. First of all, it’s a lot more fun. It often feels like making tea with a tea maker machine is like a small adventure, and can be done in so many different ways. Whether you use a tea bag or tea leaves in your tea maker (I switch is up but generally prefer to use tea leaves) it is fun to watch and make.

Having said that however, you don’t have to watch it. You can simply put the ingredients in the tea machine, press the on button and go on about your business. When you get back you will have the perfect cup of tea ready and waiting. Many tea makers even have a ‘stay warm’ feature and cup warmers. This means even if you’re a little longer then you planed to be your tea will sill be nice and warm for you.

Zarafina Tea Maker

Zarafina Tea Maker is a popular tea maker that allows you to make various types of tea such as black, whiter, herbal, oolong and green tea.

The main reason why you need a tea maker machine over a kettle however, is because it gives you a better brew. Electric tea maker is designed to heat the water to the exact temperature which will allow the tea to infuse properly, meaning your tea will be more flavorsome and better on your taste buds.

So if you want a perfect cup of tea every time, considering buying Sri Lankan tea and getting a tea maker for your house.


  • Brandon says:

    The guy who wrote this is a liar. He says there’s better taste with this machine because of it’s “exact temperature” to brew the tea. I’ve never heard of any tea maker that would brew at any temperature but the boiling point of water (100 degrees Celsius)–which inevitably is the same temperature as a tea pot.

    And Besides that, anyone who knows anything about botany, chemistry and micro-physics knows that different plants have different temperatures at which it would be optimal to taste flavor because of the differences in there makeup and different chemicals that interact with each other to make up taste molecules. There’s no way that that machine knows all the exact temperatures to brew different tea producing plants because the best temperature to brew all of them is the same as the tea kettle (as hot as possible–which is 100 degrees Celsius, the boiling point of water.)

  • Aksam Habeeb says:

    How can you say it is a lie?

    100 degrees may be the boiling point of water but it is not the ideal temperature to boil tea. different kinds of teas have different ideal temperatures. Using the wrong brewing temperature is probably the most common error people make when preparing tea. a tea maker machine will help them avoid that mistake and get the best flavored tea possible from the tea leaves or bags they use.

    For your information here is a list of ideal or exact temperature to boil different types of tea according to

    Black tea generally should be made with water at a full, rolling boil, 212 degrees.

    Oolong tea (also known as wulong tea) should be made with water a little bit below boiling, between 190 and 203 degrees. The water should be steaming rapidly and there should many bubbles rising in the kettle, but not really breaking the surface.

    Green teas should be made with slightly cooler water, between 160 and 180 degrees. The steam should be wafting or gently swirling out of the kettle.

    White teas should be made with even cooler water, anywhere from 150 to 160 degrees, when you see the very first hint of steam.

    Herbal teas should typically be made with boiling water.

    as you can see only herbal tea is best made with boiling water..

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