Chill Out with Cold Brew Iced Tea

Chill Out with Cold Brew Iced Tea

A Refreshing Iced Tea Staple

As the summer sun continues to beats down, nothing beats the heat quite like a tall glass of cold brew iced tea. This simple and delightful beverage is not only a thirst-quencher but also a versatile canvas for crafting your own unique summer sippers. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the easy process of making cold brew tea and share some exciting recipes to elevate your summer gatherings.

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What You Need:

High-quality tea: Whether you prefer classic black tea, fruity blends, or health-conscious options, choose your favorite loose leaf. Passport Coffee and Tea has a so many yummy selections. Check out the teas HERE.

Fresh filtered water: Pure and crisp water ensures a clean base for your brew.

Tea strainer: A fine-mesh strainer or paper coffee filter for straining.Large pitcher with a lid: To house your cold brew creation during the steeping process.

Serving Suggestions

Now that you have your delicious cold brew iced tea, it's time to get creative with your serving options:

Classic Refreshment: Pour your cold brew tea over ice for a straightforward, thirst-quenching experience.

Sweeten to Taste: Add your favorite sweetener – honey, agave, or simple syrup – to tailor your cold brew tea's sweetness to your liking.

Fruity and Fresh: Elevate your cold brew tea by adding freshly sliced fruit (try citrus, berries, or peaches) and a sprig of mint for a burst of freshness.

Cucumber Cooler: For a unique twist, toss in cucumber slices for a cooling and slightly savory note.

Bubbly Bliss: If you crave some effervescence, top off your cold brew iced tea with seltzer water for a sparkling treat.

Bonus: Iced Tea-Based Drink Recipes

For those extra special gatherings, we've collected some of our staff's favorite tea-based drink recipes to impress your guests:

Iced Tea Lemonade: Combine your cold brew tea with freshly squeezed lemon juice and a touch of honey for a zesty, refreshing concoction.

Mango Tango Tea Cooler: Blend mango chunks, cold brew tea, and a hint of ginger for a tropical delight.

Peachy Keen Arnold Palmer: Mix cold brew tea with peach nectar and a splash of lemonade for a Southern-inspired Arnold Palmer with a twist.

Raspberry Rose Refresher: Add raspberry syrup and a touch of rosewater to your cold brew tea for an elegant and fragrant sipper.

Incorporate these recipes into your summer menu and let the cold brew  iced tea become the star of your outdoor gatherings. Enjoy the sun, sip on these cool creations, and stay refreshed all season long!

Now, go ahead and brew up some delightful cold brew tea to beat the summer heat in style!

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