Cold Brew Green Iced Tea

If you are looking for a true iced tea experience, you should know the best iced teas take time. You will need to brew your tea in cold water and leave it to infuse in the fridge for 12 hours. Yes, it’s a long time, but it will be worth it. There is a lot you can accomplish in twelve hours, and when the time is up, you’ll have an awesome, well-balanced tea that doesn’t need sugar or honey to sweeten it.

The good news is that you need very little to make awesome Cold Brew Green Iced Tea. Prepping your cold brew is easy peasy.

1 Put 20g {4 scoops or 8 heaping tsp.} of your loose leaf green tea into an 800ml pot.
2 Don’t be tempted to reach for the kettle. Top up your pot with cold water and leave it in the fridge to cold brew for 12 hours.

And that’s it! Your cold brewed green tea will be brewed and ready for drinking. Because of the slow infusion process at a low temperature, the tea will taste awesome and naturally sweet as is. But, if you do want to turn it into something show-stopping, add a bit of honey and a wedge of lemon for a classic green iced tea recipe, or jazz it up with strawberries and mint. Make it your own. The best thing about making cold brew iced tea is getting experimental.

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