As well as two brand new iced teas (Iced Apple and Raspberry & Vanilla), where all you need to do is add water (fruit and gin optional!), lots of our existing range can be enjoyed as a cold brew. The great thing is that you can use loose leaf tea or pyramids so there's something to suit every establishment, depending on which of you products you serve. With so many options, you'll have plenty to offer your customers all summer long, not just during Iced Tea Month!

If you're wondering what the difference is between Iced Tea and Cold Brew, we've outlined the general methods below and how it differs from loose leaf to pyramids.

We've got some great iced tea jugs that you can purchase, either to serve iced tea to your customers or if you retail our products, then why not add these to your collection and let your customers get creative at home?

Iced Tea Method

For one Jug of Iced Tea - add 8g of loose leaf tea to the jug, gently pour 1 cup of hot water first onto the tea leaves, next add 3 cups of cold water, place in the fridge and let it brew, usually for 2 - 6 hours dependent on desired strength. Pour tea over ice cubes and Enjoy!

Cold Brewing Method

Loose Leaf Cold Brew
Place 8g tea leaf into the Suki teapot strainer, fill up with cold water as you would do with hot water, making sure the tea leaves are soaked in water. Refrigerate overnight, add to your serving glass full of ice and Enjoy!

Pyramid Tea Bag Cold Brew
Take one pyramid bag, place into water bottle or (the perfect) cold brew jug (whatever you want to serve the Iced Tea from), Pour 1 - 1.5 L cold water, Stir well, allow to refrigerate overnight, add to your serving glass full of ice and enjoy!

Hot Brewing Method

Loose Leaf Iced Tea
For one Jug of Iced Tea - add 8g of loose leaf tea to the jug, gently pour 1 cup of hot water first onto the tea leaves, next add 3 cups of cold water, place in the fridge and let it brew, usually for 2 - 6 hours dependent on desired strength. Pour tea over ice cubes and Enjoy!

Iced Tea Recipes

Recipe 1: Green Sencha Iced Tea

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Recipe 2: Suki Tea Mojito Mocktail

Tangy Lime Mojito

Recipe 3: Rooibos Creme Brulee Float

Recipe 4: Pink Grapefruit Alcoholic Iced Tea

Pink Grapefruit Tea Cocktails

Recipe 5: Belfast Brew Iced Tea

Black Tea Iced Tea

Recipe 6: Earl Grey Iced Tea

Earl Grey Iced Tea

Recipe 7: Chamomile, Orange & Strawberry Iced Tea

chamomile, orange iced tea

Recipe 8: PepperBerry Iced Tea (a firm favourite at Suki HQ!)

Recipe 9: Blood Orange Cold Brew

Blood Orange Cold Brew

Recipe 10: Red Berry Cold Brew

Red Berry Cold Brew Tea

Recipe 11: White Tea Elderflower Iced Tea

White Tea Elderflower with Lemon

Recipe 12: Rooibos Iced Tea

Rooibos Iced Tea

Recipe 13: CocoaMint Iced Tea

Cocoa Mint Iced Tea

Recipe 14: Goji Berry & Pomegranate Iced Tea

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Recipe 15: Apple Loves Mint Iced Tea

Apple Loves Mint Iced Tea

Recipe 16: Green Berry Cold Brew

Green Berry Cold Brew

Recipe 17: Mango Tango Iced Tea

Mango Iced Tea

Recipe 18: Breakfast Tea Peach Iced Tea

Breakfast Tea Peach Iced Tea

Recipe 19: Pu Erh Infused Bourbon

Suki Pu Erh Bourbon

Recipe 20: Chai Iced Espresso

Chai Latte

Recipe 21: London Fog Iced Tea

London Fog Iced Tea

Recipe 22: Pink Grapefruit Cold Brew

Pink Grapefruit Cold Brew

Recipe 24: Cold Brew Thai Refresher

Recipe 25: Raspberry Mojito

Recipe 26: Elderflower Collins Tea Cocktail

Cold Brew White Tea Elderflower

Recipe 29: Iced Tea Ice Lollies

Iced Tea Ice Pop

Recipe 30: Red Berry Tea Sangria

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Have fun experimenting and let us know how you get on by sharing your pictures on social media. As always, don't forget to log in with your Trade Account to get access to wholesale prices for our teas and accessories.