Teens Danish history
It is not quite clear when and how the teen came to Denmark the first time.
It is supposed that the teen has come to Denmark from Holland , and that its introduction and distribution has occurred between the 17th and 18th centuries. However, the specific time is not known. The oldest teapots found in Denmark date back to 1665, which is also in line with the other European distribution of the Asian beverage.  Before the Asian tea was introduced in Denmark, however, there was a tradition of preparing local herbs with hot water (for example in the form of chamomile tea).
The traditional way of brewing tea is by using a teapot. The tea is placed in a filter, whereupon hot water is obtained.
Temperature-dependent on brewing
The best temperature for brewing tea depends on the type.
| Type |
| White tea || 65 to 70 ° C || 1-2 minutes |
| Yellow tea || 70 to 75 ° C || 1-2 minutes |
| Green tea || 75 to 80 ° C || 1-2 minutes |
| Oolong too || 80 to 85 ° C || 2-3 minutes |
| Black tea || 99 ° C || 2-3 minutes |