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Best of Cold Brew Seasonal Sampler

Regular price $55.00 USD
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About This Sampler

Summer is almost here, and we've got cold brews on our minds! This method of steeping tea is an easy and delicious way to re-discover different layers of flavors in teas we already love. It creates a fun, fail-proof, and impressive summer drink to share with friends!

We put this sampler together of some of our favorite teas to cold brew! From serving at BBQs, quenching thirsts on hikes, or just to sip on in the morning sun at home, these teas are ready to refresh.

Teas Included

Gua Pian (Green Tea)
Gua Pian is an absolute star brewed cold. With its refreshing grass and sweet cream notes, it's perfect for the hottest of days. When you shake this green tea vigorously as a cold brew over ice, it gives us the taste and mouthfeel of matcha!

Wu Liang Shan (White Tea)
We want to be sun-bathing in a field of flowers, looking up at the clouds rolling by while drinking this tea as a cold brew. It's floral and sweet, with a slight hint of fruitiness that gives you strong summer vibes.

Bai Ye (Dan Cong Wu Long)
This Pheonix Wu Long is a perfect pairing for any summertime BBQ drink with seriously prominent peachy notes and aroma.

Green Mountain Blend (Pu Er Sheng Cha)
An umami and savory Pu Er, this tea boosts its notes of sweet flowers when cold brewed! It's bound to be a unique crowd-pleaser for any summer occasion!

Cold Brew Tea Recipe: We like to use the Hario Cold Brew bottle for its function and aesthetics.

Option 1:
Put the full packet of tea into the 750ml Hario cold brew bottle
Fill with room temperature water
Put into the fridge and let it steep for at least 36 hours (two nights)
Make sure to drink it before the third night

Option 2:
Put the full packet of tea into the 750ml Hario cold brew bottle
Fill with room temperature water
Let the tea steep at room temperature for 6 to 8 hours
Put into the fridge and let it continue to steep overnight
Make sure to drink it within the next day

  • Brewing Instructions

    Each category of tea has it's own brew temperatures, recommended tea to water ratios, and steep times. We recommend checking out the individual tea page for more details on each!

  • Learn How To Gong Fu Brew

    This foundational course is a great resource to help you understand the methods and motions of Gong Fu Brewing.