Cold-Brew Tea

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Cold-Brew Tea

The idea is that the infusion is not created by boiling the plants, but by soaking them in water at room temperature for 6-8 hours - the taste is identical to an infusion of tea, but this way the plants retain their healthy qualities better. As a plant you can use anything you like - here we had lime and acacia, we tasted rosemary and basil - all delicious. A carafe of such liqueur in the refrigerator will get rid of many of the seasonal problems with thirst and health, I recommend with confidence!


1 l
Dried/fresh herbs for tea
3 tbsp
you can put whatever you like - now it would go with fresh mint
1 piece
juice from it
3 tbsp
you can sweeten with anything you like - to taste of course
Fresh mint leaves
1 piece
1 sprig of mint or 3-4 leaves

Step by step

Step 1

First you are diligent and in the evening or in the morning (depending on when you want to enjoy it) prepare the tea infusion: in a liter of warm water, at room temperature put 2-3 tablespoons of herbs and leave for 6-8 hours. macerate.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 1
Step 2

Then strain the infusion through a thick sieve or a bag of raw milk.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 2
Step 3

That's how we have the infusion that we can drink simple or we go on and straighten it a little.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 3
Step 4

Put the infusion in a blender, pour the squeezed lemon juice.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 4
Step 5

Then add the honey.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 5
Step 6

We also throw some mint leaves there.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 6
Step 7

And we do "Bjaaam" in the blender, maximum speed - 2-3 minutes. You will notice that it foams like a sophisticated cocktail and you will be able to serve it very nicely.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 7
Step 8

After blending all this, let it separate for 3-5 minutes from the tea foam. Eventually taste even more sour or sweet.

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 8
Step 9

And ... nicely poured into glasses and served with great pleasure - you will be unexpectedly impressed by the taste of the tea, that's how I was and I don't calm down until I periodically make it and keep it in the fridge permanently cold.

Good appetite!

Cold-Brew Tea - Step 9
Quantity: 1 l
Prep time: 10 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 360 min
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