Infographics about Tea

A new look at tea through visual infographics, including mind map, flowchart and tree diagram. Make infographics to share ideas in powerful yet easy to use diagramming software.

Infographics about Tea

What tea to Chinese people is what coffee to American people. It is not just a kind of beverage but also a symbol of Chinese culture. Learn more about tea from new perspectives through infographics.

Tea Classification Tree Diagram

According to the making process and color of liquor, tea can be divided into several classifications. Such categorization can be clearly displayed in a tree diagram. This tree diagram is characterized by auto generation and auto connection of shapes. By clicking the floating action button, you can easily generate more shapes. More tree diagrams are available in Tree Diagrams for Presentation.

Tea Benefits Mind Map

This mind map illustrates some of the benefits of green tea. Created by Edraw, the advantage of such mind map is that, its shapes are smart, which can adjust themselves automatically based on the contents. When you are adding more text, the mind map shapes of Edraw will enlarge automatically and vice versa. Similar mind map examples about health can be found in Infographics about Health.

Tea Making Flowchart

Presented on the right is a creative flowchart showing the steps of making tea. You can compare different kinds of tea in the diagram. To make more vivid diagram, rely on Edraw and you will gain stunning results. More nice and novel flowcharts can be downloaded for free from Flowchart Examples.

Tips to Steep Tea

You need to consider 3 factors to steep a perfect cup of tea: the water temperature, tea leaves amount and brewing time.

HOW HOT?

Water is a friend of tea, and as such, water temperature is one critical factor in extracting the best flavor from your tea leaves. Each tea type calls for a different brewing temperature. Check out more details from the chart below.

HOW MUCH?

For hot tea, use 1 to 1 1/2 teaspoons (or 1 pearl). For iced tea, just double the amount. If you like your tea strong, add more. To dial down the strength, use a little less.

HOW LONG?

Similar to water temperature, steep time varies depending on tea type. Generally, when steeping tea of Western-style the following guidelines can be followed:

  1. black teas prefer steep times of 4-5 minutes
  2. green, white, and yellow teas prefer short steep times of 1-2 minutes
  3. oolong teas taste best after steeping of 3 minutes
  4. Pu-erh tea prefers steep times of 3-4 minutes.

Tea Brewing Guide

Tea Type
Per 80Z Cup
Water Temperature
Brew Time
Serving Tips
Green
1 tsp
175
1-3 min
Great iced
Oolong
1 tsp
190
3 min
Enjoy pure or iced
Black
1 tsp
203
4-5 min
Iced, sweet or with milk
Rooibos
1.5 tsp
180
5-6 min
Add milk or honey
Herbal
1.5 tsp
208
7 min
Sweet or iced

Automatic Diagramming Software

The above graphs are all drawn by Edraw - a versatile diagramming solution. As you can see, information in infographics is clearer and more understandable. Edraw is an advanced diagramming tool enhanced with drag and drop interface similar with MS Word and pre-drawn templates and examples. Included are over 6000 shapes and more than 200 diagrams ready for use. Besides a diagramming tool, it can also be used as a drawing tool and a tool to design slides for presentation. Download it now. It is free for trial.

6 Tips for Infographics Design

  1. Information communication is the priority.
  2. Make it knowledgeable.
  3. Make it attractive.
  4. Make it intuitive.
  5. Ensure the accuracy.
  6. Make it personalized.

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