A New Way To Serve JING Tea

In the cold winter months, there’s nothing better than cosying up by the fire with a hot cup of tea. However as the festive party season descends upon us, we are revealing a new way to serve and enjoy JING tea that will delight your party guests.

Introducing cold infused tea. Already served by some of our hotel partners, such as The Berkeley, cold infusing gently captures the subtle character of our teas making the perfect non-alcoholic drink option. Served in the right glass, create a sophisticated drink that redefines iced tea and can be enjoyed by everyone. From the vibrant flavours of fruit & floral tea to the natural sweetness of white tea, we have selected our favourite cold infused tea recipes to enjoy this festive season.

JSN Cold Infused

JING Jasmine Silver Needle

Serene with notes of honeyed apple and intense jasmine scents, Jasmine Silver Needle is one of our favourite teas to enjoy cold.

Delicately crafted, we use the sweetest, spring picked white tea buds that are slowly dried before being laid with fresh, whole jasmine flowers for five consecutive summer nights in Guangxi to allow natural scenting.

Recipe:

Tea – 18g

Water – 1 litre

Temperature – 10°C

Infusion Time – 4 hours

JING Apple & Hibiscus

Discover the taste of mouthwatering orchard apple enlivened with lemongrass and exuberant hibiscus.

To ensure a beautifully balanced infusion using only natural ingredients, we combined sweet layers of apple and pineapple that complement the gentle acidity and refreshing tartness of lemongrass and hibiscus – perfect for guests who prefer something similar to a fruity mocktail.

Recipe*:

Tea – 24g

Water – 1 litre

Water Temperature – 100°C then 10°C

Infusion Time –  4 mins then 4 hours

*All herbals must be first infused with boiling water for 4 minutes before being drained and re-infused with cold filtered water for 4 hours.

Apple & Hibiscus Cold Infused

How To Make

Cold infusions are easy to prepare, just use filtered water at room temperature and follow our recipes below. It is important to note that the tea must be fully decanted after the infusion time is up before being served to ensure a balanced infusion. We recommend using our 1litre Tea-iere and Teacanter to prepare a good volume of tea to enjoy with family and friends.

*All herbals must also be infused first with boiling water for 4 minutes before being drained and re-infused with cold filtered water for 4 hours.

Sencha

G

20g

ML

1 litre

°C

 10°C

Time

2 Hours

Raspberry & Rose*

G

24g

ML

1 litre

°C

 100°C
10°C

Time

4 Mins
4 Hours

Phoenix Honey Orchid

G

16g

ML

1 litre

°C

 10°C

Time

4 Hours

Lemongrass & Ginger*

G

18g

ML

1 litre

°C

 100°C
10°C

Time

4 Mins
4 Hours

Blackcurrant and Hibiscus - Loose Herbal Tea

Blackcurrant Hibiscus*

G

16g

ML

1 litre

°C

 10°C
100°C

Time

4 Mins
4 Hours

Pineapple Chamomile*

G

24g

ML

1 litre

°C

 10°C
100°C

Time

4 Mins
4 Hours

Best Teaware for Cold Infusions

Glass Tea-iere - 1ltre

Tea-iere – 1litre

Modern, tall and spacious; perfect for hosting and enjoying tea amongst friends.

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Teacanter

An elegant tall decanter to share a perfectly balanced tea infusion amongst friends and family.

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