No mess cold brew coffee at home. Add your loose leaf tea blends to these amazing woven bags and after 1-3 hours you have a great cup of cold brew. All of this in the comfort of you home and less money.
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Disposable, Use Without Mess - No need to rinse, wash another nylon mesh or cotton filter! This single use cold brew filter bags are as easy as: add your choice of loose leaf tea or herbs into this filter, brew with cool water and steeping in the fridge for 1-3 hours overnight. The next day you'll get a concentrate that can be served on ice right away or stored for up to 3 days in the refrigerator. Please keep in mind when filling the bags that some tea leaves are larger than others and may require two bags. For example Chamomile Lavender, Annie's Berry, Lemon Mango or Hibiscus Flower are larger and 1/4 cup may not look the same as Rooiblos or Chai Masala.
Natural and Durable Material - bags pack are made from natural commercially composable fine fiber. Filter material is super-strong and resists tearing while filtering similar to paper. Reinforced seams will not separate. These filter bags allow for water to flow through, but without letting sediment come through. The best combination of functionality and ease of cleanup.
How to use:Iced Tea Recipe (8 servings) ¼ cup tea, 8 cups cold water, steep for 1-3 hours in fridge, sweeten to taste. Keep refrigerated and consume within 3 days.
*** This recipes is just a suggestion and it can be adjusted based on the desired concentration and the final use of the cold brew. ***
Tie it off and drop it into a mason jar (32oz) with preferably spring or filtered water and 1-5 hours (for stronger concentration steep for up to 5 hours or overnight) later you have a delicious cold brew tea. Many times the type or pureness of the water makes a difference in the taster of your coffee, but tap water will work as well. Steeping it more than 8 hours could cause bitter flavors. Because cold water extracts slower than hot water, you’ll need that time to get flavor into your brew.
Your homemade cold brew is ready! If you’re not planning to drink it right away, keep any leftover concentrate you brewed in your refrigerator for up 3 days.