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Nectar Springs Preparation

Making Nectar Springs is so easy!

Each filter bag is premeasured to brew one gallon of Nectar Springs. 

To cold brew, place one filter bag in a gallon of water.  (Three bags for three gallons, etc.)  Let them sit in a refrigerated space for at least one hour (two is better) or until it reaches your desired strength.  Discard the used bags and keep the beverage cold until it is served.  Serve within five days for maximum freshness.

One-gallon filter bag

 To make in an automatic tea brewer (such as a Bunn Brewer), simply load one filter bag per gallon in the tank that you will be brewing into and brew as normal.


To brew hot, place one gallon filter bag in 2 cups of boiling water and steep for 7-9 minutes.  Add enough water to this concentrate to make up a gallon.  Scale up as needed for larger sizes. 

In all cases, keep the infused water refrigerated and serve within five days for maximum freshness.