Preparing cold tea


Make your own iced tea and enjoy a whole range of new pleasures!

2 methods

Cold infusion

Ingredients for 1 litre of cold tea

  • Your favourite tea
  • 1 litre cold water


The quantity and infusion time vary according to the type of tea. You will find precise preparation instructions for each of our teas under its heading on our website.

Add the quantity of tea to 1 litre of cold water and leave to infuse for the time indicated.

For example, for Imperial Ginger green tea, we recommend 2 tablespoons per litre of cold water and a brewing time of 2 hours.

If you are making a cold tea with fresh herbs, put the equivalent of a good handful of leaves without the stems (as they are bitter) in 1 litre of cold water and leave to infuse for around 5 hours.

Always infuse in cold water, at room temperature or in the fridge.

The flavour obtained with this method will be better than with a hot, cooled infusion! Indeed, as it cools, the tea oxidises, takes on a dark colour and becomes bitter. With a cold infusion, on the other hand, the colour remains beautiful and the infusion is light and very refreshing!

Once the infusion time has elapsed, strain the tea through a small sieve. There's no need to sweeten it.

We recommend that you drink your tea cold within 24 hours.


Instant method

It is also possible to produce instant cold tea using another method.

Preparation for 1 litre of cold tea

  • Make a concentrate by putting 5 times the number of teaspoons of tea indicated under the bag (cc/2dl)
  • Add just 1/4 litre of water at the right temperature (2.5dl)
  • Leave to infuse for the time indicated on the bag 
  • Filter
  • Pour the concentrate into a litre of water filled with ice cubes.