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Rosebud Lemonade Iced Tea (Pour Over Method)

June 14, 2015

Rosebud Lemonade Iced Tea Recipe

Following a request from one of our customers, we kick off our recipe stream with an iced tea recipe for our delicious Rosebud Lemonade.

Here we use the simple 'pour over' method; that is, make a traditional hot tea brewed at double strength, which is then cooled in the fridge and then served over ice. This method can be used to make iced brews out of any of our other fruit or herbal teas including our Raspberry & Orange and our Elderflower Punch blends.

Ingredients (Serves 4)

8 heaped tsps Rosebud Lemonade tea

1L 100°C water

Ice

Lemon slices

Lemon juice and sugar syrup (or honey) to taste

Method 

- Steep the Rosebud Lemonade in 100°C water for 5 minutes or more. You can steep for longer to suit your tastes as this blend is purely herbal.

- Strain your brew and place it in the fridge to cool.

- Pour over a glass with some ice cubes and finish with lemon slices, lemon juice and either sugar syrup or honey to taste.

Find our simple sugar syrup recipe here.

 





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