Cold Steep Ice Tea - Easy as 1, 2, 3!
Posted by Kimiko URIU on May 15, 2014 (0 Comments)
With the weather warming up again, it's high time to get a tall glass of iced tea!
One of our favourite methods of brewing iced tea in large quantities is cold steeping, It's easy and fuss-free, so it's perfect for lazy summer days.
1. Put 2-3 teaspoons of your favourite tea in one of our Iced Tea Jugs.
2. Fill it up with cold water.
3. Leave it in the fridge overnight (or a minimum of 2 hours). Done!
We're steeping Genmaicha right now (green tea mixed with roasted brown rice), but we love cold-steeping the Jin Jun Mei and the Korean Green too! The beauty of cold steeping is that you can add water again and reuse the same tea leaves for a few days, so you get really good value out of each teaspoon of leaves (along with really good iced tea).
What's your favourite tea to drink iced? Do you brew your tea hot and pour it over ice, or do you cold steep it like us?