What is cold brew tea?
“Cold brew” refers to the way the tea is brewed, not the way it is served. Tea is slowly steeped in cold water following a long, gentle steeping process unlike traditional iced tea that is brewed in a few minutes using hot water.
The signature result of tea made using the cold brew method is a smooth, delicate flavor accentuating the notes from the tea leaves and a high degree of clarity.
Handcrafted in small batches, our artisanal cold brew teas are sweetened naturally with the best-tasting part of the stevia leaf and have 5 calories or less with nothing artificial. Staying true to the craft, we follow a simple cold brewing process for our tea, one batch at a time.
What’s the difference?
Iced tea represents hot brewed tea served over ice
- Follows a hot, fast brewing process
- Tea brewed quickly in hot water, then diluted with cool water and served over ice
- Hot water extracts more tannins and astringent notes, altering the tea’s flavor profile
- Extracts more flavor out of fewer tea leaves
Cold Brew Tea
Cold brew tea refers to the tea extraction process. Always smooth, never bitter.
- Follows a cold, slow brewing process
- Tea slowly steeped in cold water over time
- Cold water develops smooth, delicate flavor accentuating the notes from the tea leaves
- Uses more tea leaves than hot-brewed tea