How to Cold Brew Tea
Looking to switch up your traditional brew for something new? Or quench your thirst when the hot weather hits? There’s nothing more refreshing than a delicious cold brew tea – and it couldn’t be easier to make...
What’s Cold Brew Tea and How Does It Differ to Iced Tea?
Cold brew tea is brewed so there’s no exposure to heat; using the time to extract the tea’s flavours. Iced tea differs in that it is brewed in the same way as traditional tea, then cooled over ice. Fancy experimenting with iced tea too? Check out our How to Brew Iced Tea page.
Step-by-Step Guide to Making Cold Brew Tea
2 teaspoons loose tea
Top up with freshly drawn cold water
Put in fridge for 4-6 hours
- Add your favourite loose tea to a cold brew bottle
- Top up with freshly drawn (and ideally filtered)
- Allow the tea to steep in your fridge for 4-6 hours,
- Drink your cold brew tea within 24 hours.