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Iced Tea Brewing Info

COLD BREW ICED TEA
The cold brew method uses cold water and a long steep time to make easy iced tea that is never bitter.
Directions: Steep 1-2 teaspoon of loose tea for every 8 oz cold water for 6-10 hours in the refrigerator. For fluffy and heavy teas (white tea, herbal teas, rooibos teas and fruit tisanes) increase the measurement to 2-4 teaspoons of tea per every 8 oz cold water. After steeping the loose tea with cold water in the refrigerator for 6-10 hours, strain and remove the tea leaves.

FLASH CHILL ICED TEA
To make quick iced tea: brew tea hot, double strength to make a concentrate, that you will pour over equal amounts 
of ice.
Directions: Steep 2-3 teaspoons of tea per every 8 oz hot water. For fluffy and heavy teas (white tea, herbal teas, rooibos teas and fruit tisanes) increase the measurement to 4-5 teaspoons per every 8 oz cold water. Steep the loose tea in hot water for the suggested time and temperature as per the tea packet’s instructions. After the hot tea is steeped, strain and remove the tea leaves. Immediately pour the double strength hot tea over equal amounts of ice. Top your cup or pitcher up with extra ice and stir.