COLD BREW ice tea

Typically, iced tea is prepared by boiling tea and pouring it over ice cubes. With the Cold Brew method you let your tea brew for a longer time in cold water. But its certainly worth the wait! The tea is less bitter and more flavoursome. Refreshment really is that easy...

the right preparation

1. Dosage

For a quantity of 750 ml iced tea, we recommend adding 8 to 20 g leaf tea - equivalent to about 5-7 teaspoons - to the iced tea bottle. If you want the process to be quicker, you can also be more generous with the dosage and let the tea brew shorter. It's worth experimenting.

3. brew time

Put your iced tea infusion in the fridge and give the tea leaves enough time to brew. The tea should infuse for at least 3 hours. You can also let it brew overnight. Don't worry, it won't become bitter!

2. fill up with water

After you have decided your perfect dosage of tea leaves pour cold water over the tea. We recommend soft and oxygen-rich water to really bring out the taste of the tea. Ideally, you should also filter it beforehand.                                                                  

4. enjoy

After a night in the fridge, the iced tea is wonderfully chilled. It will be even more refreshing if you serve it in a glass with ice cubes. We recommend you use our large tea glass! Now all you need to do is sit back, relax and enjoy!

Important note: Even the best and highest quality teas can have small impurities - it is a natural product. So if you want to be on the safe side, pour a little boiling water over all herbal and fruit teas and let them steep for at least 5 minutes before putting them in cold water. Regular teas, i.e. green, black, oolong and white teas, undergo a heat process during production and are therefore less susceptible to bacteria and germs. But there is no reason why these teas shouldn't also be brewed in boiling water when cold brewing.

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