cold brewing iced green tea

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


Sep 20th, '05, 19:37

cold brewing iced green tea

by Guest » Sep 20th, '05, 19:37

I am brewing my iced sencha cold, because it gets less bitter that way and I can leave it overnight without much risk of ruining it. However somebody told me that you don't get the same antioxidant benefits that way. Does it need to touch hot water to release its catechins? Thanks a bunch

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Sep 20th, '05, 21:28
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by klemptor » Sep 20th, '05, 21:28

Does it need to touch hot water to release its catechins?


I promise I didn't just read that as "cat shins"....

Those poor cats!

Nov 27th, '05, 10:04

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by someguy » Nov 27th, '05, 10:04

i have been doing the same thing for long time. check this out.

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