How To Make Iced Tea

Drinking iced tea is more than refreshing: it’s revealing. When you taste a tea or herbal at a cool temperature, different flavor notes can appear, along with an unforgettable expression of Camellia sinensis’ inherent sweetness.

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Cold-Infused Iced Tea

Yields: 1 gallon

Steep 1 oz (28 g) tea in 1 gallon cold water for four hours, refrigerated.

Strain. Serve over ice.

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Hot-Infused Iced Tea

Yields: 1 gallon

Steep 1 oz (28 g) tea in 1/2 gallon boiling water for 5–7 minutes.

Strain; dilute with 1/2 gallon cold water. Serve over ice.

Recipes can be halved or doubled, as desired. Experiment with both cold and hot infusing; you may prefer one method over the other. Some of our favorites over ice include Darjeeling 1st FlushNantou Four Seasons oolong, Lemon Verbena and Scarlet Glow.


Scarlet Glow
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