June 26, 2019 1 min read

The weather's heating up and we're all feeling hot, hot, hot! We've been experimenting with tea ice cubes as a fuss-free way of adding flavour to colder drinks. They're simple to make, too- simply brew your favourite tea or infusion for slightly longer than the usual brewing time, so that the flavour is stronger. Then pop into ice cube trays and freeze! Why not experiment? Some of our favourites:

- Masala Chai (pictured): although chai is a firm favourite in the cooler months, it's delicious frozen with vanilla almond milk or vanilla coconut milk poured over.

- Yoga Mango: the spicy sweetness bursts through when paired with sparkling water.

- Strawberry Kiwi: for a proper Wimbledon-inspired drink, why not pop a cube in some lemonade? If you want to really capture the summery feel of the first week in July, you could also add a borage flower to each ice cube- borage is an edible flower that's really pretty and tastes like cucumber!

- Raspberry Rhubarb Ripple: add a raspberry to each ice cube and pair with sparkling or still water for a fruity twist on iced tea. 

Don't forget to let us know your favourites!

 


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