This is a good question, and one that I always try to answer. What we think of as “hot” and “cold” are very often not what we think of as “warm” and “cold.” It is a common misconception that, because the glass of a wine bottle has a certain temperature, the wine must be cold, or that a glass of a water must be cold, or that a glass of soda must be warm.
It is the same same, and again this is a common misconception. It is a common misconception that you can’t warm a cold drink by pouring it into a hot water bottle. This is not true, and it is a misconception that you can’t warm a warm drink either. To do so, it is necessary to heat a cold drink up, then pour it into a hot water bottle.
All you really need to know is that when you pour warm soda into a cold glass of water, it will not be warm. You will need to pour the soda into a hot water bottle, then pour the water into a glass.
The same is true for rosin-based temp. In fact, rosin tech may be the only true temp you need to create a temp that will keep beverages warm. This is why you would not want to pour ice into a warm cup of tea. I’m not sure how cold the tea is, but I’m pretty sure it is not warm.
Yes, it is true that rosin is the most effective temperature to create a warm beverage. But that doesn’t mean you should pour it into a warm cup of tea. If you pour it into a cold cup of tea, your beverage will still be very cold.
Just because you pour a cold beverage into a warm cup of tea, that does not mean you should pour it into a cold cup of tea. It just means that the temperature of the glass determines the temperature of the beverage.
The best way to explain this is that we know that the temperature of the glass determines the temperature of the tea, and when the glass is cooler than the tea is actually cold, that is, the glass is cooling the tea. That leaves room for a few more terms to be used. However, the term “warm” is only used when the glass is cooler than the tea, but the tea is still warm.
This video from the makers of Tempura Glass, Inc. (and a few other videos on the site), uses the term warm to explain how the glass temperature is determined. I like this explanation because it seems to make more sense to me, but it is not always the case.
When we say the tea is cold, we just mean that it’s a perfect temperature for making tea, but you can also think of it as the same thing, but with less heat. The temperature is always the same, and no matter what the heat source is, the tea will never be too hot.
Tempura glass is made from rosin, a substance that is used in a lot of things like making nail polish, but rosin is only the temperature that the glass is made of. If you heat or cool a glass of rosin by running it in a pan of water, the glass will change but the temperature will still remain the same. So rosin does not always mean warm tea.