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T2 cold brew

Meet the cold brew collection re-defining healthy hydration!

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Made for brewing in cold water, these tisanes deliver high-end flavour anytime, anywhere.

Our cold brew range is a trio of fruit tisanes prepared especially for brewing in cold water. They come individually wrapped and ready to pop in your water bottle or flask for minimal prep and maximum taste. Made for on-the-go brewing, they’re so quick and easy you don’t even need to boil the kettle (but by all means be our guest, if you prefer them hot!).

Each of our cold brew tisanes is naturally caffeine free and 100% sustainable, for planet-friendly sipping you can enjoy all day. Plus, there’s no added sugar, but plenty of real fruit flavours to deliver a hydration hit filled with good taste. Finally, we’ve made sure there’s nothing nasty hiding inside, with a simple ingredient list you don’t need a science degree to understand.

But if that’s not enough to tickle your tastebuds, each of our three cold brew blends has been carefully crafted by own very own in-house tea sommelier to deliver a sip that’ll slake any thirst. Let’s take a look at each of the flavours on offer, and what they bring to the party.

Shop cold brew teas

T2 Cold Brew - Mango Mint
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T2 Cold Brew - Citrus Zing
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T2 Cold Brew - Peach Berry
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Mango Mint

Make a quick trip to the tropics with this fresh mango and sweet mint mix! Light, fresh and filled with classic mango flavours, a little ginger brings subtle warmth to amplify the tropical tones.

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Citrus Zing

This citrus sweetheart is the zest when it comes to fresh-as tea moments! Taste lemon tones and a delicately tart white hibiscus finish – all rounded out with a subtle thyme finish!

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Peach Berry

The prettiest way to stay hydrated. Say hello to this raspberry and peach concoction, deliciously overflowing with zingy berry tones and the peachiest of peach flavours!


Have you tried our four-ingredient mocktails?

Mocktail man-about-town and MasterChef alumni, Conor Curran, shakes up teatime with these Cold Brew inspired mocktails. Simple to make and simply delicious, there’s zesty and bright Mango Virgin Mojito; summery and refreshing Peach Berry Sour; and a modern yet nostalgic OG Lemonade Zing. Try them all, and then let us know which one is your cup of tea!

Find the recipes below!

How to make cold brew

  • Amount required1 per 500mls/17 fl oz
  • Brewing time5-10 mins
  • Water temperatureCold Water
Serves 1 person Ingredients
  • 1 Mango Mint cold brew tea bag
  • 200mls soda water
  • Ice
  • 200mls ginger ale
  • Squeeze of lime juice
  • Slice of lime to garnish
Serves 1 person Ingredients
  • 1 Peach Berry cold brew tea bag
  • 300mls soda water
  • Ice
  • 100mls Grapetiser
  • Blueberries to garnish
Serves 1 person Ingredients
  • 1 Citrus Zing cold brew tea bag
  • 400mls soda water
  • Ice
  • Squeeze of lemon juice
  • Slice of lemon to garnish
  • 1

    Place T2 Mango Mint teabag into cold water and let brew for 10 minutes.

  • 2

    In a jug place lime and raw sugar. Then using the end of a rolling pin, pound to break down ingredients until sugar has dissolved. Add in mint leaves from four of the sprigs and break down with lime and sugar.

  • 3

    Place ice cubes into jug and then pour your Mango Mint brew over the top. Mix together with spoon and finish with your final three mint sprigs to garnish.

Serves 1 person Ingredients
  • 1 Mango Mint cold brew tea bag
  • 200mls soda water
  • Ice
  • 200mls ginger ale
  • Squeeze of lime juice
  • Slice of lime to garnish
  • 1

    Place T2 Peach Berry teabag in cold water and let brew for 10 minutes.

  • 2

    Place 200ml of your Peach Berry brew into a Boston shaker with your jam, lemon juice and aquafaba. Dry shake ingredients until nice and foamy.

  • 3

    Open your shaker and fill with ice cubes. Shake hard for 15 to 20 seconds.

  • 3

    Double strain mocktails into two separate glasses and top up with the rest of your Peach Berry brew.

  • 3

    Optional: add a skewed stick with raspberries as a garnish to finish.

Serves 1 person Ingredients
  • 1 Peach Berry cold brew tea bag
  • 300mls soda water
  • Ice
  • 100mls Grapetiser
  • Blueberries to garnish
  • 1

    Place T2 Citrus Zing teabag in cold water and let brew for 10 minutes.

  • 2

    In measuring cup, add in the leaves of five thyme sprigs, sugar and boiling water. Mix as soon as boiling water hits measuring cup, bringing together your thyme syrup.

  • 3

    In measuring cup, add in the leaves of five thyme sprigs, sugar and boiling water. Mix as soon as boiling water hits measuring cup, bringing together your thyme syrup.

  • 4

    Add in your ice cubes, and top with soda water.

Serves 1 person Ingredients
  • 1 Citrus Zing cold brew tea bag
  • 400mls soda water
  • Ice
  • Squeeze of lemon juice
  • Slice of lemon to garnish
  • 1

    Fill your flask or bottle with water.

  • 2

    Add the T2 Cold Brew teabag to the bottle, pop the lid on and leave to infuse for 5-10 minutes. Sip away!

2021 MasterChef contestant and cooking wiz, Conor Curran, is spilling the tea on his culinary journey so far.

After gaining wide exposure on Australia’s favourite cooking phenomenon, Conor has continued to increase his profile and go from strength to strength in the culinary space. We put Conor to the test to create a series of mocktails incorporating our Cold Brews and we were delighted to have the opportunity to ask Conor a few questions.

You can follow Conor’s culinary journey by visiting his Instagram: @creamy_confusion

What T2 Tea are you sipping right now?

Melbourne Breakfast hands down. Even when I lived in London I drank Melbourne Breakfast every afternoon and I stand by it being the premier black tea on the market.

At what age did you start cooking and what motivated you to do so?

At what age did you start cooking and what motivated you to do so?

It’s been a long week and you need to wind down, what’s your go-to meal?

Homemade Greek dips and fresh Turkish bread.

This past year has seen a rise in people testing their culinary skills at home, do you have any tips and tricks you can give to those trying their hand at cooking for the first time?

Learn the basics of how to build flavour, research and have fun. It’s only food and you learn more from your failures so don’t be scared to stuff up.

What dish are you most proud of creating and why?

Has to be my Avgolemeno and King George whiting that got me my apron on MasterChef. I remember looking at it and going this is the best dish I have ever cooked, particularly because I didn’t know what ingredients I would be getting that day.

What role does your recipe creation play in your self-expression?

My recipes are a reflection of me and my decade long time in hospitality. It represents the chefs I have watched cook, the days off checking every new restaurant and bar and travelling the world and eating everything I could. It’s me on a plate every time and that’s what makes my food really original.

Does your creativity in the kitchen manifest in other areas of your life?

Definitely. I love fashion and how I put myself together. I love art and music and anything that can really brighten the mind.

You proudly identify as an LGBTQIA+ person, do you think queer representation in the mainstream media is key to embracing inclusivity? Are there any more changes you’d like to see in the media to move the conversation forward?

Absolutely. I was really proud that I had a commercial of myself screaming I am a gay Greek boy. I still see so little inclusivity when it comes to mainstream media and it’s why platforms like Instagram have become a haven for the queer community. I think small steps aren’t enough anymore and luckily brands are starting to realise that and working with creators like myself is becoming more prevalent.

What’s next for you in your culinary journey?

I have gone full time into content creation and recipe development, and I couldn’t be happier. Working with companies to create a recipe for their product is a dream and it feels like I am still on MasterChef trying to create the best possible dish with a feature ingredient.

Whichever direction you’re headed, no matter how many do-to’s on your list, T2 Cold Brew delivers fuss-free, flavour-forward hydration at a moment’s notice.