Quick and simple ways to infuse your morning brew with herbs!
As the weather slowly warms up, our drinks cool down. We find ourselves swapping out our beloved hot beverages for refreshing iced ones. Cold brew coffee and iced teas are on the rise, so what better way to celebrate the changing seasons than combing the two?
Cold Brew Infusion
One of the simplest joys in life is enjoying a fresh cup of coffee or tea in the morning. What's not so great is getting a case of the morning jitters that can follow. Adding certain herbs can help to take the edge off the initial caffeine spike. Maintaining alertness, while keeping your nervous system calm.
Cold Brew Herbs
Adding herbs such as lavender, peppermint, chamomile, or lemon balm to your cold brew could greatly reduce the harsher effects of caffeine. They also introduce notes of different, interesting, flavors to your cold brewed coffee.
How To Infuse
We recommend steeping coarsely ground coffee beans and the herbs of your choice for 12 to 24 hours in preferably cold water. You can also use room-temperature water initially and steep the brew in a carafe in the refrigerator overnight. Remove the herbs and grounds with a sieve or tea strainer, and enjoy!
We here at Catalyst Tea Company are proud to announce the launch of our brand-new Coffee Infusion Kit. Just in time for those hot summer days! It brings the ability to have all the best herbs for cold brew right at your fingertips. And we want to hear from you! Have you tried herb-infused cold brewed coffee before? If so, let us know what you think in the comments!