Iced tea is a form of cold tea. Though usually served in a glass with ice, it can refer to any tea that has been chilled or cooled. It may be sweetened with sugar, lemon and/or apple slices.
While most iced teas get their flavor from tea leaves (Camellia sinensis), herbal teas are sometimes served cold and referred to as iced tea. Iced tea is sometimes made by a particularly long steeping of tea leaves at a lower temperature (one hour in the sun versus five minutes at 80 to 100 °C (176 to 212 °F), which is known as sun tea.
Ronnefeldt iced teas – the perfect choice for hot seasons
Drinking colour – iced teas and mocktails based on high quality tea infusions from Ronnefeldt are the perfect refreshment for the chaise longue or the terrace lounge. In the afternoon or evening, the cold tea infusions invite to chill with friends and everyone relaxes at the bar or on the terrace while the languorous sun slowly sets. Those who prefer to drink no alcohol are served mocktails, cocktails without alcohol. Drinks to make the chilling seasons last forever.
Ice Brew of Ronnefeldt tea – very easy to prepare
A pitcher or tumbler is best suited for the so-called “shocking” of tea. Those who don’t have a heat-resistant receptacle should place a stainless steel spoon in the glass before pouring the hot liquid over the ice. Teapot or heat resistant glass receptacle Tea sieve or filter paper – The tea needs space to unfold! 4 tsp. Tea - the so called double infusion: twice the usual amount of tea 400 ml boiling water Ice cubes Place the tea in a pot or heat-resistant carafe, pour over 400 ml boiling water and let it draw. Place the ice cubes in 2 glasses and then pour in the warm tea. This simple iced tea can be consumed immediately. It lends itself wonderfully to the addition of flavour and aroma with honey, juice, flavored syrup or sugar syrup.