Unexpected New Features of Stainless Steel Grinder: Preparing Chamomile Tea

Stainless Steel Grinder

tainless steel grinders are useful for more than one purpose. Teas can be made using them, and they do! I like to make chamomile tea with real chamomile flowers using my stainless steel grinder, and I’ll show you how to do it so you may feel the same uplifting benefits!

What you read here is applicable to hot teas because I want my tea hot. Fear not—this may also be applied to iced tea with ease!

What’s the purpose of initially crushing chamomile?
Stronger tea for the same steep time OR less steep time equals more surface area.

How to Use a Stainless Steel Grinder to Make Chamomile Tea
What you require: flowers of chamomile
Grinder made of stainless steel (avoid aluminum and zinc)
Throwaway Tea Bags
Steps in Preparation
1. Bring the water to a boil.

Kettle. Pot. Microwave. Whatever boils to your liking is OK!

While you wait, proceed with the next steps.

2. Using your stainless steel grinder, grind the chamomile.

Grind the chamomile leaves in the grinder after placing them there. Grinding chamomile is a simple process that shouldn’t require much time or effort.

3. Pour chamomile into the tea bag.

Once the chamomile has been ground, put it in the tea bag and fasten the thread shut.

4. Put the tea bag into the cup of your choosing and add hot water to it.

When filling the mug, I like to place the tea bag inside an empty one and let the water run along the bag. Although it seems to activate a little bit quicker, you can steep your tea for however long you like during this step!

5. Have fun!

Easy and uncomplicated, surely? This may be done with any dry loose tea bag you choose with ease. Additionally, grinding will give your teas a lot stronger flavor, so if that’s what you’re after, think about getting our stainless steel grinder! Additionally, grinding your tea leaves you with less material needed to achieve the same delicious flavor!

In summary
It never occurred to me to use these grinders to make tea. But after doing some research, I found something that improved my tea-drinking experience to a point that I think everyone should do it at least once in their lifetime.

Post time: Apr-15-2024