Are you looking for a perfect summer drink recipe? Follow our tips and step-by-step directions to make a refreshing cup of moringa cold brew tea at home.
There is nothing as refreshing as a cup of cold brew tea on a hot summer day. We have a delicious moringa cold brew recipe that can help you reap the incredible health benefits of this superfood. Moringa is an excellent addition to your diet as it is full of health-boosting nutrients like protein, vitamins, beta-carotene, amino acids, antioxidants and various phenolics.
If you love iced teas, you must try our moringa cold brew recipe. This moringa cold brew is an absolute treat for your taste buds, and you can try new combinations to make it extra delicious. The secret to making the yummiest iced tea is to cold brew it – steeping the tea leaves in cold water for a couple of hours. This slow and gentle process makes a sweeter, smoother tasting moringa tea, perfect for summer evenings.
How to make moringa cold brew?
Our moringa cold brew recipe is simple and very easy to make. All you have to do is pour water and a few bags of tea into a pitcher. Refrigerate this concoction for six to eight hours to let the tea infuse into the water (see instructions below for specifics). After that, strain it, and you will have a delicious moringa cold brew that will last for days!
What you will need:
- 2-3 bags of moringa tea
- A brewing vessel (cup or pitcher)
- 2 cups cold water
- Optional add-ins: ½ a cup of fresh strawberries, blueberries and blackberries, peaches and/or ½ an inch of ginger
Preparation of moringa cold brew:
- Put two cups of cold water in a large pitcher. Add tea bags and cover the pitcher.
- You can also add cinnamon sticks and a dash of nutmeg to elevate the taste of your moringa cold brew.
- Cover the pitcher and refrigerate. For a flavorful moringa cold brew, steep the bags for 6-8 You can start taste-testing your moringa cold brew after the two-hour mark and enjoy your tea once it has achieved the flavor you like best.
- Take the tea out of the fridge, filter it, and enjoy. To truly enjoy the depth of flavor in moringa cold brew tea, serve it chilled and without ice.
- This moringa cold brew tea can be stored in the refrigerator and enjoyed for up to four days.
- To make your tea extra flavorful, take about a half cup of strawberries, blackberries and blueberries. Slice them up roughly or muddle them. Alternatively, add muddled peaches and a slice of ginger for an extra kick.
- Pour moringa cold brew over this mixture.
- Garnish with fresh mint leaves and serve over ice for a refreshing treat.
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