Top summer ice tea recipes

So I have teamed up with Newby Tea to share with my favourite of their summer ice tea recipes

Newby Tea have a range of 25 blends inspired by the craft and heritage of fine tea.I have always been a big fan of ice teas in the summer its super healthy and is so refreshing. So to coincide with it being National Ice tea day, if you use the code ICETEA you get 15% off how fab is that!

I have decided to share with you two of my favourite flavours

What you will need

Glasses
ice cubes
chill water
kettle for brewing
Tea pot or jug for brewing
Newby classic tea bags
fresh fruit and herbs to garnish

Green Lemon Iced TeaMethod: Brew 3 Newby Green Lemon Tea Bags at 80C for 3 minutes in a pot or jug.
Leave to cool and then pour the tea into a glass filled with ice.

Stir the mixture and top up with a little chilled water.

Garnish with lemon and lime pieces and serve. 


Berry Mint Iced Green TeaMethod:Brew 1 Newby Summer Berries tea bag, 1 Newby Peppermint Tea Bag and 1 Newby Green Sencha Tea Bag at 85C for 4 minutes in a pot or jug.
Leave to cool and then pour the tea into a glass filled with ice.

Stir the mixture and top up with a little chilled water.

Garnish with mixed frozen berries or redcurrants, blackcurrants, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries and add a sprig of mint to finish, then serve.




Strawberry & Mango Iced Black Tea  

Method:

Brew 2 Newby Strawberry and Mango tea bags at 100C for 4 minutes in a pot or jug.
Leave to cool and then pour the tea into a glass filled with ice.
Stir the mixture and top up with a little chilled water.
Garnish with fresh strawberries and serve.

You can share you Newby tea creations using the hashtag #Newbyteas 


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2 Comments

  1. June 11, 2017 / 6:18 pm

    Ella! I'm forever in love with everything you create. The illustration with this is just beautiful and I cannot wait to try these recipes. So much summery goodness in one post!

    Bethany | Curly and Wordy

  2. June 12, 2017 / 10:23 pm

    Mmmm these sound so good! Despite being a huge tea drinker, but I haven't made ice tea before – I know that's just silly. But this has really made me want to try

    – Natalie
    http://www.workovereasy.com

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