A perfect cold brew tea in summer

Taiwanese tea is not only suitable for hot brewing, but also very suitable for cold brewing. Cold brew tea uses room temperature water to slowly extract the sweetness of the tea leaves, naturally bringing out the original sweetness of the tea leaves. The method is also very simple.

【Benefits of cold brew tea】

Less caffeine: Cold brew tea contains less caffeine than hot brew tea. This is because high-temperature hot water will dissolve the caffeine in the tea leaves, while normal temperature water can avoid a large amount of release. Cold brew tea is a great choice for people who are sensitive to caffeine.

Natural sweetness: The sweetness of the tea leaves is slowly extracted, making it sweeter than hot tea. This natural sweetness will even make you wonder if sugar is added! Drinking cold brew tea will fill your mouth with sweet fragrance✨

【How to make cold brew tea】
1. Items: plastic bottles or cold water bottles.
2. Tea ratio: put 1g of tea per 100ml of water.
3. Refrigerate overnight (7-8 hours): Just leave it in the refrigerator overnight.
4. Take out the tea leaves: Take out the tea leaves the next morning.

You can enjoy cold brew tea for a week.

【Recommended Cold Brew Taiwanese Tea】
Lishan High Mountain Oolong Tea: Lishan High Mountain Oolong Tea has a refreshing flavor and a fruity aroma like peach and pear. After cold brewing, the refreshing sweetness is more prominent, making people feel like they are under the willow tree swaying in the breeze, extremely cool🎐

Honey Fragrance Black Tea: Honey Fragrance Black Tea has a honey-like aroma and rich sweetness. After cold brewing, the sweetness becomes more intense, making you feel like you are eating a dessert! 

In addition, Oriental Beauty, Wenshan Baozhong Oolong Tea, and Sijichun Oolong Tea are also highly recommended teas for cold brewing. This summer, let Taiwanese tea’s cold brew bring you a cool summer🍃

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