Cold Brew Iced Tea.

First launched in 2015 as ‘Cold Brew Lemonade’, we've revamped our Lemon and Lime Loose Leaf concoction to get you lot Cold Brewing once again. To make your Lemon and Lime Cold Brew, follow the super easy steps in this recipe.
Cold Brew Iced Tea.

It's that time of year again - summer means it's officially Cold Brew Iced Tea season.

Originally called our ‘Cold Brew Lemonade’ but relaunched for 2019, this blend is light, lemony, a little bit creamy - good enough to drink straight or cocktail style.

LET'S DO THIS. 

What could be better than a refreshingly cold glass of Lemon and Lime flavoured tea on a hot day - nothing, right? We agree! This is the recipe to try if you like a little zesty, citrusy treat, with a perfect amount of sweetness. 

For the loose leaf drinkers

1 Pop 4 scoops of Loose Leaf Lemon & Lime Cold Brew Iced Tea into 1 litre of cold, filtered water.

2 Leave in the fridge overnight for between 12-15 hours before straining to remove the leaves and popping the iced tea in a pitcher ready for serving.

3 Squeeze enough lemons for 400ml juice - add to the brew. 
4 Fancy adding a little extra? Shake over ice to enjoy the dream combination of citrus, vanilla and slight malt. You can even add some extra lemon and a pinch of sugar. 

And for the tea bag drinkers

1 Pop one cold brew tea bag into 1 litre of cold, filtered water.

2 Leave in the fridge overnight for between 12-15 hours before removing the tea bag.

3 Squeeze enough lemons for 400ml juice - add to the brew. 

4 Fancy adding a little extra? Shake over ice to enjoy the dream combination of citrus, vanilla and slight malt. You can even add some extra lemon and a pinch of sugar. 

Shop our Lemon & Lime Cold Brew Pitcher Packs, available as both loose leaf and tea bags, right here. 

 

 

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