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What is cold brew tea?
Cold brew literally means cold brew. Instead of hot water, you use cold water to brew the tea. This requires some planning as the tea needs to infuse for at least 6 hours. Cold brew tea has a number of advantages over traditionally brewed tea.
How to make cold brew tea?
Making cold brew tea is so simple that it hardly needs to be called a recipe. We will share with you two ways to make cold brew tea.
Recipe cold brew tea:
Which tea to use for cold brew tea?
For Cold Brew tea, we recommend tea which grows in our higher plantations. The grade of this tea is: Broken Orange Pekoe. This tea has a refined taste which results in a delicious iced tea. To make your choice easy, we have collected all these teas on a Cold Brew iced tea page. All the teas on this page are suitable for making iced tea.
Cold brew tea on the go
Are you often on the move? Then make your cold brew tea in our double-walled tea bottle to go. This bottle contains a filter, so no loose tea gets in your mouth while drinking. The double wall of this bottle makes sure your tea stays cool longer.
Cold brew dilution
We have a very lazy colleague who always comes up with hacks to get through life effortlessly. She makes a strong cold brew that she lets steep for a little less time, drinks three quarters of it and refills the bottle with cold water. The second brew needs less time to infuse because the tea leaves have already unfolded and developed.