Your cold-brew kratom tea may be slightly weaker than a hot steeped tea, but it will taste great. Cold-brew kratom takes a while to make, so it’s helpful to batch-brew multiple servings of tea at one time.
Add water, tea bags, and lemon or lime juice (if using) to your jar or pitcher.
Seal jar/pitcher and leave it in the fridge for 3-4 days.
Sweeten to taste and add any desired flavors or creamer – creamer is best if you don’t use any lemon juice.
Want to go above and beyond a basic kratom tea? Check out our recipes on the Better Brewing Blog for inspiration.
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