Want to try something different, refreshing, and delicious?
Try Cold Brew Tea!
Remember...it's not your grandmother's iced tea and here's why it's different...
It's smooth and juicy...
Compared to conventional iced tea, the process of brewing tea in cold water produces less tannin, equating to a less astringent and less bitter cup of tea.
Tea is naturally high in antioxidants, and with the cold brew method, it produces less caffeine.
It's even more refreshing...
Cold brew tea creates layers of flavor not found in traditional hot or iced tea; there is no better way to quench your thirst.
How to make cold brew tea.
1. Choose your teas
Click on the images below to see our lineup of tea from Smith Teamaker, Tazo, and Stash. The Stash Lemon Ginger, Tazo Passion, and Smith Peppermint were some of our favorites. Also try mixing teas for different combinations such as peppermint with licorice and green tea with chamomile.
2. Choose either a pitcher or a cup.
Trust us, use a pitcher like this one so there is enough to share!
3. Fill with cold water using about 8 ounces of water per tea bag.
It's helpful to remove the tags from the tea bags.
4. Steep for at least 30 minutes and up to 4 hours depending on the preferred strength.
For best results, steep in the refrigerator.
Contact us for more information about having cold brew tea in your office.