How to Make Cold Brew Tea

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During the scorching summer months, cold brew tea becomes a true lifesaver! This is especially true for those of us who are tea enthusiasts and crave the functional benefits of tea but don't want a steaming hot beverage on a sweltering day.

The great news is that making cold brew tea is incredibly simple. All you have to do is place some tea leaves in water at room temperature and allow them to steep for a minimum of 8 hours or even overnight. When you wake up the next morning, you'll be greeted with a delightful and refreshing drink to start your day!


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It's fascinating to witness the transformation of the flavor profile of a beloved tea when it's steeped in water that's not heated.

We've noticed that cold brewing amplifies the sweet, lingering notes of green teas, brings out the herbaceous and floral essence of white teas, enhances the aromatic intensity of Phoenix Dancong, and accentuates the natural sweetness of black teas in an incredibly satisfying manner.

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  1. To make cold brew tea, begin by choosing your preferred loose leaf tea or tea bags. Place them in a clean pitcher or jar.
  2. Next, pour in cold, fresh water (ideally filtered) at a ratio of approximately 1 teaspoon or 1 teabag per 300ml of water.
  3. Place the container in the refrigerator for at least 8 hours or overnight to allow the flavors to meld.
  4. After steeping, strain out the tea leaves and enjoy your cold brew tea either over ice or as is. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours and enjoy!


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