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Can you cold brew with tea bags?

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?

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Using the Craft Cold Brew Filter to make Iced Tea

How to use the Craft Cold Brew Filter to make delicious Iced Tea Summer is the perfect time to enjoy a refreshing glass of iced tea, and with The Tea Spot's Craft Cold Brew Filter, it's never been easier to make delicious cold brew iced tea at home. This innovative device attaches to the top of any wide-mouth Mason jar, making it simple and convenient to cold brew your favorite tea leaves and enjoy a perfectly brewed cup of iced tea. The Craft Cold Brew Filter features a fine mesh stainless steel filter that helps to remove the tea leaves...

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How to Brew Sun Tea Safely

What is Sun Tea? Sun tea is a popular and easy way to make iced tea. Instead of using heat, sun tea is made by steeping tea leaves in cold water in the sun. The sun's heat and ultraviolet light naturally break down the tea leaves, releasing their flavors into the water. Sun Tea vs. Regular Tea Sun tea and regular tea both popular methods of making tea. Regular tea is brewed using hot water, while sun tea is brewed using cold water and the heat of the sun. Sun tea is made by placing tea bags or loose tea leaves in...

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Holly Jolly Mocktail

Holly Jolly Mocktail The Tea Spot created this mocktail for you to enjoy throughout the holiday season. Our Immunity Tea features a bold balance of berries and herbs that inspired this fruity and spiced creation.    Yields two 6-7 oz mocktails (serve in 10-12 oz glasses)   INGREDIENTS: 2 TBS Immunity Tea 1 cinnamon stick 1 tsp agave 1/4 cup pomegranate juice 1/2 tsp orange zest 1/2 orange (about 1/8-1/4 cup juice) Rosemary sprigs, cinnamon sticks, pomegranate seeds or cranberries (for garnish)   INSTRUCTIONS: Add Immunity herbal tea, cinnamon stick, and agave to a 16 oz mason jar. Fill jar to 1 cup...

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