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Ambessa Tea Stories: Tis the Season To Cold Brew

By Ashley Beck | April 18, 2013

photo by: El Villano

Photo: El Villano

If your go-to drink is a refreshing ice tea, a cold-brew tea is for you. And if it’s not, a cold-brew might just change that. Cold brewing tea is typically an 8-10 hour process that slowly and delicately extracts the flavor of the tea leaving you with a light, less tannic finish. Because cold water is used instead of hot, the tea molecules aren’t altered as much from their original state, and therefore the taste, if anything, is more true to the tea itself. Read More

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