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Cold Brew Tea

Cold-brew tea is the best way to get a smooth and naturally sweet glass of iced tea. Unlike regular iced tea, it has almost zero bitterness. Furthermore, the slow extraction process adds interesting aromatic notes into the cup. The brew ratio for cold-brew tea can be mindblowing for coffee enthusiasts. Experimenting with several recipes, I found that something between 1:60 to 1:80 is good enough to serve alone. If you want a more concentrated cold brew, I found that a 1:40 ratio is more than enough for mixing with dairy, plant-based kinds of milk, or even cocktails. Still, feel free to experiment and find your favorite!

Published September 17, 2021
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Yker
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Kitchen Scale. Glass Jar With Lid, Strainer Or Infuser.

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1:80

yeild

450

equipment

Kitchen Scale. Glass Jar With Lid, Strainer Or Infuser.

brew_ratio

1:80

yeild

450

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Yker Valerio

The Coffee Lab

@ Caracas, Venezuela

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Yker Valerio

Yker Valerio (he/him) is a freelance content creator. After more than 10 years of working as a management consultant, he started his blog Bon Vivant Caffè to share his passion for specialty coffee.

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