Vanilla Tea Bird Iced Tea recipes
Posted on July 30 2018
Whether you’re taking your drinks to go or just chilling out at your own backyard, Iced Tea is the way to go! We want you enjoying life to your fullest. So here are our Top 3 Yummiest Summer Iced Tea concoctions guaranteed to shake off pounds while still satisfying your sweet cravings.
Vanilla X Hibiscus Tea Bird Iced Tea
Time: 5 minutes
Ingredients: 1 Vanilla Rooibos Teabag
1 Hibiscus Teabag
400ml Hot Water
Sugar Syrup/Organic Honey
Pear Slices (garnish)
In a big jug, steep 1 Vanilla Rooibos Teabag and 1 Hibiscus Teabag in 200 ml of hot water for 1 minute to let flavours seep in. Squeeze in the juice of an orange to enhance fruity taste. Add ice into jar. When ice cold, pour iced tea into glass and top up with either syrup or honey to taste. Add a slice of pear to garnish.
Check out our Vanilla x Hibiscus Tea Bird Tea Blend for an all-ready-mix option.
Fruity Moroccan Green Cold Brew Iced Tea
Prep time: 5 minutes
Ingredients: 2.5 Tablespoon Moroccan Mint Tea Bird Tea
2.5 Tablespoon Green Tea Bird Tea
1 Litre of Water
Simple Sugar Syrup/ Honey
Fresh mint, kiwi, strawberries, lemon slices (garnish)
Make a litre of cold brew with loose leaf and water. Click here to check out correct ratio of loose leaf to water. Store in fridge for at least 8 hours or overnight. When you are ready to enjoy your cold brew, strain it out in a glass, topped up with sliced fruits and garnish with mint leaves. Add honey or simple syrup to taste.
Vanilla Rooibos x Lemon Grass Iced Tea
Time: 5 minutes
Ingredients: 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Rooibos Tea
1 Teaspoon Lemongrass Tea
A pinch of Cardamom, Clover and Cinnamon for Spice
2 Tablespoons of Honey/ Sugar Syrup
200ml warm water
In a jug container, mix warm water, loose leaf teas and spices together. Mix Well. In your tall glass, pre- add ice before straining tea mixture in. Stir in honey or sugar syrup to taste.
These simple yet nourishing iced teas will keep you cool in the summer heat wave! Check out beneficial facts about our Vanilla Rooibos Tea Bird Tea here.