Cold Brew Tea Bag
Cold brew tea is a method of steeping tea in cold water for an extended period of time, typically 6 to 12 hours, to extract its flavors slowly. It results in a smoother, less bitter brew compared to hot brewing methods. To make cold brew tea, combine tea leaves or tea bags with cold water in a pitcher or container, refrigerate, and let it steep. After steeping, strain the tea and serve it over ice. Adjust the steeping time and tea-to-water ratio to suit your taste preferences.