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    Using a Gaiwan to brew your teas (Basic style)
    Step 1
    Rinse and pre-heat the
    Gaiwan with hot water.
    Step 2
    Put the tea leaves into
    the Gaiwan.
    Step 3
    Pour hot water.
    (Water temperature guide)
    Step 4
    Steep the tea leaves.
    (Brewing parameter)
    Step 5
    Pour the tea into a pitcher or
    glass (filter the tea leaves).
    Step 6
    It is ready to serve.
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