How To Cold Brew Tea

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Cold Brew Tea is a simple method of steeping any type of tea overnight in the refrigerator. The slow infusion produces a smooth, full flavor without the bitterness of over-steeping, and still retains all of the healthy antioxidants found in tea. What’s not to love about that?

Cold Brew Tea is different (and safer) than Sun Tea. Tea brewed in the sun reaches a temperature high enough to facilitate the growth of harmful bacteria.

Making Cold Brew Tea is a snap: Simply fill an iced tea pitcher with cold, filtered water and add loose leaf tea or tea bags. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Many people prefer to use more leaf for Cold Brew than they would use for a hot version- usually about 2 teaspoons per cup. You can also experiment with the steeping time to suit your own taste.

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