Cold Brew Tea Basics: Step-by-Step

Simple Step-by-Step Guide to Cold Brew Tea

Cold brewing tea is a simple and refreshing way to enjoy your favorite blends. Unlike hot brewing, cold brewing releases flavors slowly and gently, resulting in a smooth, less bitter tea.

Here's how to do it: Quick Guide:

  • Place 1-1.5 teaspoons of loose leaf tea per 8 oz of water. into container  
  • Fill your jar or pitcher with cold, filtered water 
  • Cover to steep and refrigerate overnight
  • Strain and Enjoy!

The Quick but more detailed guide: 

1. Choose Your Tea: Any tea can be cold brewed, but herbal, fruit, and green teas often yield the best results.

2. Tea-to-Water Ratio: Generally, use about 1-1.5 teaspoons of loose leaf tea per 8 ounces of water.

3. Add Water: Fill your jar or pitcher with filtered water.

4. Mix in the Tea: Add your loose leaf tea to the water. If using a bag, ensure it's fully submerged.

5. Cover and Refrigerate: Seal your container and place it in the refrigerator. Steep overnight and enjoy!

6. Strain and Serve: Strain the tea leaves or remove the tea bags. Serve over ice, if desired. You can add sweeteners or lemon as per your taste.

Storage: Cold brew tea can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a few days.

    Enjoy the simplicity and delightful flavors of cold brew tea!

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