Teatulia Tea – On Ice

Summer is in full effect (It’s almost 90 degrees here in Denver as I write this) and nothing is more refreshing than a nice cold glass of Iced Tea!  There is a common miss-conception out there that you have to have a particular type of tea for it to be brewed as iced tea.  Well don’t let them fool you!  Why would you sacrifice the quality of the tea you drink just to put it on ice?  True, some teas may taste differently when they are chilled, and you should definitely experiment with brewing times and ingredient quantities until you find your perfect recipe.  However, we went ahead and took the guess work out of it for ya.  

As you know Teatulia Teas are some of the most exquisite, fresh organic teas available and they are terrific as an iced tea as well!  (especially the Earl of Bengal and Tulsi Infusion, in our opinion)  Go ahead and follow these simple instructions to make the perfect glass of         Teatulia Iced Tea:

This recipe pertains to steeping 4 tea bags or 8 grams of tea per 1 Gallon of water

Teatulia Black Tea: Steep for 5 minutes

Teatulia Green Tea: Steep off-boil for 6-7 minutes

Teatulia White Tea: Steep off-boil for 8-11 minutes

Earl of Bengal Tea: Steep for 6 minutes

Bengal Breakfast Tea: Steep for 6 minutes

Neem Nectar Tea: Steep for 5 minutes

Tulsi Infusion Tea: Steep for 5 minutes