What is Cold Brew tea?

What is Cold Brew tea?

COLD BREW TEE

Cold brew tea is made without heating. The method differs from traditional ice making, where hot tea is cooled with ice cubes. Cold brew manufacturing is a rising trend in the world and in Finland. Hot summer days entice you to cool off and freshen up by the tea, not to sweat any more.

Are you the one who rolls the omelet and forgets the morning porridge on the stove? Tea waiting in the cold is a dream solution for everyone who is in a hurry close to everyday life. Cold brew tea doesn’t scare the wait. Where 10 minutes affects the taste of hot tea, even 10 hours does not aggravate cold-extracted tea. On the contrary, cold brew tea brewed in the fridge overnight only gets its rights in the morning.

COLD EXTRACTION

The preparation of beverages by cold extraction is on the surface. However, the method is not a completely new invention. The method has been used since the 17th century in Japan and there it came with the Dutch. A few years ago, cold-extracted coffees came to the surface, and now it’s the tea’s turn.

Cold-extracted tea differs from traditional iced tea. Usually cold tea would be made by boiling in hot water and then cooling. This remedy can be quick, but it doesn’t produce the best taste. When tea is heated and cooled, its structure undergoes two abrupt changes. As a result, the taste of the tea becomes sour or even bitter.

Cold-brewed tea tastes sweeter and softer. It lacks the tannininess of too much brewed tea. In addition, cold-extracted tea has less caffeine and still as much antioxidants as the hot version. Cold brew technology ensures subtle extraction of tea.

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PREPARATION

Cold Brew tea is made using cool or room temperature water. Measure the tea into the container, add water and allow to rest for several hours or even overnight in the refrigerator. The finished tea is filtered and enjoyed with ice cubes, for example. You can make a bigger sats at once, as it stays in the fridge for several days!

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Instructions and tips for making the most wonderful cold brew tea!

Green tea, Rooibos, herbal tea or oolong, bag tea or loose tea, all teas are suitable for cold extraction. You can also combine different flavors and discover new, wonderful nuances. The quality of the tea can affect the extraction time. Black tea is extracted a little longer than green. As a rule of thumb, cold brew tea extracted overnight is good, the time can vary between 6 and 20 hours. The most important thing is to follow your own taste, and that is why you can sometimes taste tea.

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If you are already familiar with cold brew, a step further is ice brewing. Tea is not extracted even in cool water but directly in ice. The tea is finished as the ice melts at room temperature! In about 30 minutes you can already get a tasty sip.