Sweet side of summer

Cold-brew teas are now all the hit with its airy, aromatic infusion and ease of preparation. The lighter characteristic allows room for an additional flavor component. For this, we recommend fresh summer fruits – just drop it into a cylinder pot with your choice of tea and taste the finish. We have tried countless cold-brew possibilities and present to you our top selections for this summer.

Kumano + Watermelon

Bath in your nostalgic waterpark memories with our full-bodied Kukicha-style green tea. The bold savor from the stems and veins of first-class Japanese green teas pair deliciously with the sweetness of watermelon. Sense the youthfulness of summer with this refreshing recipe.

Follow the recipe to make 1L:

  • 16g Kumano tea
  • 120g Watermelon (cut into pieces)
  • 850ml filtered water

Measure 16g of Kumano into a large cylinder pot. Cut approx. 120g of watermelon into pieces and place inside the cylinder pot and top with filtered water. Infuse at room temperature for 30mins. Decant the infusion into a separate pitcher and store in the refrigerator. Serve with a slice of watermelon within the first 5hours of preparation.

Buy Kumano

Sacred Emily

Hear the twigs snap and cicadas sing under the forest green of your natural surroundings with our Sacred Emily cold-brew. A mix of delicate first flush darjeeling tips, precious white jasmine, rose buds and petals is like a summer spent in your secret garden.

Follow the recipe to make 1L:

  • 16g Sacred Emily blended tea
  • 950ml filtered water

Measure 16g Sacred Emily blended tea into a large cylinder pot and top with filtered water. Infuse at room temperature for 20mins. Decant the infusion into a separate pitcher and store in the refrigerator and serve cold.

 

Buy Sacred Emily

Golden Earl

Take the high tea out of the court and into a grassy meadow with this honey-smooth Golden Earl. The citrus aroma of bergamot will romance your thoughts over the setting sun.

Follow the recipe to make 1 L:

  • 20g Golden Earl blended tea
  • 950ml filtered water

Measure 20g Golden Earl blended tea into a large cylinder pot and top with filtered water. Infuse at room temperature for 30mins. Decant the infusion into a separate pitcher and store in the refrigerator. Best when served with a slice of orange or mandarin.

 

Buy Golden Earl

Pu Er Bai Ya

A notable favorite, try brewing this luscious white tea cold as a delicious summer alternative. Woody with a delicate spice and a floral sweetness to drift one’s senses through a vast, rustic landscape.

Follow the recipe to make 1L:

  • 16g Pu Er Bai Ya white tea
  • 950ml filtered water

Measure 16g Pu Er Bai Ya white tea into a large cylinder pot and top with filtered water. Place into a refrigerator and infuse overnight for a minimum of 12hours. Decant the infusion into a separate pitcher and serve cold. 

 

Buy Pu Er Bai Ya

Hot
&
Cold
Seminar

In our new ‘Hot & Cold’ seminar we cover the basics of brewing tea hot or cold and try out together a few favorite recipes. Learn the subtleties and become confident in creating your personal summer beverage. Join the seminar now.

Book a seminar

How to
Cold-Brew

Follow our easy step-by-step guide to brewing the perfect pot of cold-brew tea.

Learn how

Cold-brew essentials

Highlight
Oolong Tea

Oriental Beauty

Cups & Bowls Porcelain

Golden Plenty Bowl

Sold out
Cups & Bowls

Cylinder Cup, small

Decanter Glass

Becchi Carafe