New York – Like to have a cup of tea? But not want to go to kitchen for made that brew? Then your problem is now over but you need some cool bucks in your pocket.
The art of making the perfect cup of tea has, until now, been relatively untouched by technology but now a US firm has unveiled what it claims is the way to make a perfect cup every time.
But that tea aficionados very expensive and his price is $13,000.
Tea is the most widely consumed drink in the world next to water, and can be found in almost 80% of all U.S. households.
It is the only beverage commonly served hot or iced, anytime, anywhere, for any occasion.
On any given day, over 158 million Americans are drinking tea.
Approximately 85% of tea consumed in America is iced.
About 84% of all tea consumed was Black Tea, 15% was Green Tea, and a small remaining amount was Oolong and White Tea.
The firm says the Reverse Atmospheric Infusion changes the physics of extraction by controlling negative atmospheric pressure during the infusion process.
Gases are released from the pores of the tea to create a void for the water to infuse.
The boiling temperature of the water is reduced to accelerate agitation at a molecular level.
This process targets and extracts optimal elements of the tea at key phases of the brew cycle, producing a unique clean finish and full body mouth feel.
The machine isn’t on sale just yet, but it’s been in testing at a small number of cafes for a little while now, including Starbucks’ Teavana pilot store in New York.