How to Make Cold Brew Tea

Using cold water to steep your tea results in a smoother, sweeter, and easy-to-drink brew because you're extracting less caffeine than you would if you were using hot water. Try preparing a cup or bottle of cold brew tea today!

Here's what you'll need to get started:

Once you have everything prepared, follow these four simple steps to cold brew your tea:

  1. Add tea or matcha to cold brew bottle. For every cup of water, you'll need a teaspoon of tea.
    If using our cold brew bottle, you'll be making 5 cups so you will need 5 heaping teaspoons.

  2. Add cool or room temperature filtered water to bottle.
    Leave enough room at the top so that you can shake the tea.

  3. Shake the bottle bartender-style—vigorously—for at least 30 seconds.

  4. Check steep times below. When ready, pour over ice and enjoy.
    For optimal flavor, we recommend consuming your tea within three days.

Cold brew steep times and recommended teas: