Cold Brew Tea: Sweet & Simple
A New Way to Make Iced Tea
Iced tea is easy make, yet cold brewing tea is even easier! Simply combine tea leaves and cold water, and allow the tea to steep in the fridge overnight. Cold water extracts different flavor combinations than hot water and results in a tea that is super-smooth and sweet.
For a personal-sized serving of iced tea, we put tea directly directly in the infuser basket of our Teaz Teapot, add cold water, and steep in the fridge overnight. When we need an iced tea break, we simply pour the tea into a cup filled with ice!
Passion Fruit Cold-Brewed Tea Recipe
- Passion Fruit Black Tea (2 teaspoons per 8 oz. water)
- Sweetener (optional)
- Lime, mint and berries for garnish
Granulated sugar can be difficult to mix into cold tea, so you can create a “simple syrup” for iced tea by heating sugar and water on the stove (use equal amounts of sugar and water). Allow to cool, then store simple syrup in an airtight container in the fridge for up to one month.
Cold is Gold
Here are a few of our favorite cold brew teas:
Bold notes of creamy coconut and sweet gardenia unfurl with every sip. Lightly oxidized oolong tea adds a fresh, silky layer to create a truly seductive blend.
Piquant notes of plum and mango create an exotic flavor with a tangy finish. A delightful sweetness infuses every sip.
Bold, rich flavors of black tea are enhanced with tangy-sweet passion fruit in this decadent tea. Dreamy floral notes peek through in the rose blossoms, sunflower blossoms and cornflowers.