Enjoy A Cold Brew Tea This Summer

by Nashua Nutrition Admin

In the hot summer days, nothing seems to be better than refreshing your senses with a delicious and cold brew tea that also revives your organs. Such a beverage not only cools you down and makes you feel like you can breathe again, but if it is made with bell lifestyle tea, it also helps cleanse your kidneys and improves their function.

Due to its main ingredients, roots of Bermuda grass, Astragalus and Marshmallow, leaves of Uva-ursi and Stinging nettle, flowers of English lavender and herbs of Parsley, this cold brew tea can be enjoyed all summer long will help you detox your entire body by improving urine flow and clean the kidneys as well as the urinary tract. Also, because there is no trace of artificial flavors, sweeteners, lactose, yeast or preservatives, you don’t have to worry about your weight getting out of control.

Cold brewed teas are among the most appreciated drinks during summer days as they have a different, more pleasant taste from the classic tea. As it is made with icy cold water, the chemical balance is not the same. The drink tastes sweeter due to the lower amount of caffeine and catechins. Its version of summer drink is also quite safer than the sun tea as it has no sugar and the microbes prefer hot environment. But it is highly recommended to quickly rinse any dried flowers, fruits or herbs in hot water before you use them to brew as they may hide small particles of dust and bacteria. It is not the case if you use bell lifestyle tea as the plants have already been cleansed before packed.

In order to prepare the best cold brew tea, you must follow a certain procedure. In a tall brew pot, place 2 to 3 tablespoons of tea and add cold water until the pot is full. Cover the pot with a strainer and wait. Before drinking refrigerate the tea overnight or keeps it at least four hours in the fridge. The longer the waiting time is, the stronger the flavor will actually be. If patience is not your strong point, use white tea as it brews the fastest. The second fastest brewing tea is the green tea. Herbal infusions and black teas need longer time to perfectly infuse a tasty, loving tea.


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