What kind of tea is best for cold brew ?
Delicate and aromatic, white tea leaves bring a lovely perfume to cold brew and a touch of creaminess. The resulting taste is rather light but extremely refreshing.
We recommend trying Yue Guang Bai “White Moonlight '' for a smooth and subtle yet refreshing cold brew.
Good green tea is all about fresh, clean flavors and aroma, and its grassy backbone takes extremely well to cold brew
Unlike Chinese-style teas, Japanese greens are steamed to halt the oxidation process, which emphasizes their vegetal notes and brings out complementary hints of pine, melon, and alpine air.
Best choice for cold brew:
For cold brew we prefer the relatively lighter roasts you'll find in roasted baozhong and roasted high mountains oolongs from Taiwan, but some heavily roasted tieguanyin makes for a buttery, floral indulgence, too☺️
You can cold brew any tea, and the process generally reduces the caffeine content by half of any tea you use. The result is a smooth, easy to drink tea that's calming and refreshing.
Wish you refreshing experiments🍵