There are some pieces of equipment and gadgetry that one would only expect to see in a certain environment. Forks, knives, and spoons belong in the kitchen (or in front of the television on game day), and centrifuges and test tubes belong in the lab. But, as recent times have shown, there is a blurring of lines occurring between scientific equipment and kitchen gear. But this is not about immersion circulators or molecular gastronomy; this is about tea.
Tea, not unlike its caffeinated counterpart, coffee, can go anywhere at any time. And just like coffee, tea is better when you … Read more