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Iced Tea

All of our teas can be enjoyed iced. But, here we have selected our favourites teas to satisfy your thirst and watch how the flavours come to life when served iced.

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A collection of delicious iced teas you could ever need to get you through hot summer days. Ice tea can be made in a whole spectrum of exciting flavours to suit every taste. Bursting berries, cool mint, zesty lemon and creamy vanillas, a fun way to explore your favourite teas over ice. 

How do you make iced tea at home?

Making Iced tea in your own kitchen is so easy. The two methods best known for making iced tea are cold brew and flash chilled.  What you need to know is which process works better for you and when do you want to drink your iced tea?

Flash chilled iced tea 

If its for a solo thirst buster and to enjoy immediately, flash chilled is the way to go. This process will take no more than five minutes to complete.

Step 1. Select your preferred tea from our iced tea collection above. 

Step 2. Put tea in our Tea Drop Tea Maker. Double the weight of your tea and halve the volume of water. For example, if you normally use 3 grams (1 teaspoon) of Lemongrass Ginger for a hot tea, use 6 grams (2 teaspoons) for your cold tea. And if you use a standard 230 ml of hot water, drop that down to 150 ml of hot water.

Step 3. Let brew for 3 minutes.

Step 4. Place the tea maker over the serving glass filled with ice and watch the tea fill the glass in seconds. Stir and garnish with fruit.

Step 5. Put your feet up, and drink like you’re a Hollywood star!

Cold brew iced tea

If you know that some warm weather is coming and you want to make some cold infused tea for the weekend and pass around the weekend BBQ, then cold brew tea is the better option.

Step 1. Select your tea from our iced tea collection above. Measure out 10 grams into a 1.2litre jug. 

Step 2. Add 1 litre of cold water. There’s no need for a specific temperature –cold filtered water from the tap will be just fine.

Step 3. Place in the fridge for 10-12 hours.

Step 4. After 12 hours, strain off and store in a bottle for up to seven days.

Is it healthy to drink iced tea?

It's the perfect alternative to alcohol or fizzy drinks on a hot summer’s day. Iced tea is refreshing and thanks to its high water content you will keep hydrated. Tea also contains antioxidants that help fight disease.

What are the benefits of iced tea?

When using the cold brew method, the colder temperature doesn’t steep out the tannins the way hot water does, so cold brewed tea is actually less astringent and less caffeinated. You can also enjoy and savour the different flavour profiles of the tea, and stays fresh tasting for days.

What tea makes the best iced tea?

All of our teas can be enjoyed iced. But, here we have selected our favourites teas to satisfy your thirst and watch how the flavours come to life when served iced.