What is Cold Infused Tea?
It’s the method of making tea that uses time instead of heat to extract flavour from tea leaves. It’s as simple as adding cold water to your loose leaf tea leaves and leaving them in the fridge for two to eight hours. Try our simple recipes to help you make them at home and explore JING Cold Infused favourites such as Phoenix Honey Orchid or Sencha.
When To Drink Cold Infused Tea?
It’s perfect on a hot day – when you want a cool, light and refreshing drink. With its naturally sweet and aromatic character cold infused tea makes a great alternative to soft drinks. With a cold infused tea you’ll get only water and tea leaves – no sugar needed. If you want maximum natural sweetness and refreshment, try cold infusing our Blackcurrant & Hibiscus Herbal Infusion
or Jasmine Silver Needle White Tea
What is the Best Teaware For Cold Infusions?
Cold Infusions are best infused as a bulk brew and kept in the fridge, for a quick, and accessible refreshment on a warm day. Our One Litre Tea-iere™ is the perfect piece of teaware for Cold Infusions to be enjoyed with amongst 4-5 friends; try serving in our stylish, hand-crafted Double Walled Glass Tea Cup.