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Gonna dumb some DIY stuff I have saved

I have never tried this but who wouldn't want own unique teaset?

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I hope your next attempt works out! If anything, follow ck's age old suggestion of salt and pepper.

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>don't ever put tea in a French press

This. French presses are meant for coarsely ground coffee.

I'm not sure if I missed this, but investing in proper tea ware can enhance the taste and experience in having tea.

>tea ball
>set and pot
>loose leaf teas
>water filter system (cold, fresh soft water is the best)

Let me know if I'm missing anything.

I'm a lazy Murican and use an electric one that has an adjustable temperature. I think it saves more money and energy than a stove top kettle.

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