How to make tea with the magical black wolfberry which is able to change color

black wolfberry
black wolfberry

People are curious about the color of black wolfberry tea, especially those who are not familiar with it, they become curious when seeing the color chaning, then how to make black wolfberry tea?

Why the color of water will change after black wolfberry is added

The reason of color chaning is because that anthocyanins are dissolved in the water. Anthocyanin is a water-soluble pigment, and particularly sensitive to acid and alkaline, its color is able to change with different ph environment, in acidic water it appears purple (purple, iron red, etc.), in the Alkaline water it appears blue (blue, blue-green, lake blue, etc.). Therefore, the black wolfberry appears different color in different water , usually in mineral water it appears purple, in home water it appears blue.

It is suggested to make black wolfberry tea with water under 60 centigrades, do not use boiled water, because anthocyanins and other nutients in black wolfberry are afraid of high temperature.

Black wolfberry will appear different color : blue or purple according the he pH of water.

How much black wolfberry should be put to make tea?

for adults: 3-5g per day, the specific number of weight is not strictly required, you can add water again and again until the water becomes colorless, you can also put black wolfberry each time to make a new cup of tea.

How to make black wolfberry tea

1. Wash the cup: put in 400ml water under 60 centigrades

2. Add black wolfberry: add 2g (approximately 30 pcs) black wolfberry in the cup

3. waiting for drinking, watch the coloring of water by black wolfberry

4. repeated brewing, add water each time when only 1/3 water is left in the cup, until the water becomes colorless

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