In the summer months, a refreshing glass of iced tea is the perfect companion to beat the heat. Making it at home lets you experiment with flavors and ensures a healthy, thirst-quenching treat every time. This guide will teach you how to make iced tea, including methods like hot tea concentrate and cold brewing, also known as sun tea. You will also learn how to use The Tea Spot's Iced Tea Pouches for a delightful, easy-to-make iced tea recipe all summer long.
Introduction Matcha lattes have gained popularity for their unique flavor, vibrant green color, and numerous health benefits. At The Tea Spot, we want to help you create the Matcha Lattes at home, using our Ceremonial Grade A Matcha, sourced straight from Japan.
The Tea Spot's premium tea sachets are made from sugar cane fibers, which are biodegradable, compostable, and completely free from petroleum-based plastic. You can rest assured that when you brew our tea, you're not consuming any harmful plastics or microplastics.
Can You Cold Brew Tea with Tea Bags? Cold brewing is a popular method for making iced tea, and it’s so simple to make. The slow extraction process results in a flavorful and refreshing cup of iced tea without the risk of bitter oversteeping. Cold brewing can be done with loose leaf tea, but can you cold brew tea with tea bags?
As a tea manufacturer with an active online store and customer support team, we’ve listened to thousands of customers looking to buy tea online over the past 15 years. Below are some brief guidelines to help make this process easier for beginner online tea shoppers. Happy sipping!
Tea time can be quality time to connect with your kids — all the way from the “tea party” of toddlers through high school, and beyond. Throwing a kids tea party for your little one is a wonderful way to meet them on their level, and it just might spark a lifelong love of tea…