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Ice Cold Ways to Enjoy Tea

Don’t let the summer weather fool you into thinking that tea season is over! With the days getting longer and the temperature rising, tea can help keep you fresh, hydrated, and glowing. We’re here to show you a variety of fun and easy ways you can enjoy tea when the weather is hot. From cold brew to tea-infused cold treats and smoothies, we’ve got you covered! Read below to learn about our favorite ice cold ways to enjoy tea when the weather's hot.


cold brew  

Who said you need hot water to brew tea? Save hot brewing for the chilly months and cool off this summer with crisp, cold brewed tea. Cold brewing involves steeping your tea in the fridge in cool water. As a result, you're left with super clear and pure flavor, without the bitterness that hot water can sometimes draw out of tea. As a bonus, the tea is already chilled so it won't be diluted with ice cubes!

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iced tea

Iced tea is a summertime staple. It's a great drink to take out on to the porch to watch the sunset, or enjoy with friends at an outdoor gathering. Sweetened or unsweetened, iced tea cools you down while still invigorating you with its fresh flavor. It's also super simple to make! Just brew your favorite tea a little stronger than usual, let it chill, and pour it over ice. Grab a tall glass of this sweet stuff and head outside!  

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punch and cocktails

Make tea your party drink of choice this summer! Take your favorite tea from day to night by mixing it up into some unique and delicious cocktails. Some of our favorites are Ruby Peach Porch Tea, Watermelon Jasmine Julep, Southern Sundowner, Hibiscus Mimosas, Pomegranate Mojito, and Cederburg Tonic. Spruce your tea up and give these bad boys a try. Or, you could opt for something non-alcoholic, but still fun, and whip up some deliciously sweet and bubbly tea punch. Tea punch is the perfect family-friendly summer beverage; sparkling, cold, sophisticated enough for the adults, and sweet enough for the kids. A great basic recipe for tea punch is 2 cups of your favorite tea (strongly brewed), 4 cups of orange juice, 4 cups of pineapple juice, 4 cups of lemonade, and a 2L bottle of ginger ale, all chilled. 



On a health kick this summer? Tea smoothies are the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth without sabotaging your diet. Nourish your body and mind with cool, refreshing, and filling tea smoothies chock-full of vitamins, antioxidants, and nutrients. Smoothies are super easy to personalize - just toss in a cup of your favorite brewed tea and the fruits, vegetables, protein, and add-ins of your choice. Blend away and there you have it! Tea smoothies for the summertime will keep you looking and feeling like your best self. 

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tea popsicles  

Popsicles are the perfect outdoor summertime treat. We're here to show you how to make them with your favorite tea. The flavor possibilities are endless, so go forth and explore! Tea popsicles are cold, light, and refreshing. These frozen goodies are super versatile and can be made with just a few ingredients, like your favorite teas, natural sweeteners, and add-ins! Nibble on these sweet pops for a rush of delicious flavor and tea-infused energy. 

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tea ice cream

I scream, you scream, we all scream for tea-infused ice cream! This heavenly dessert combines two of our absolute favorite things for the warm weather: tea, of course, and ice cream! With endless flavor combinations, you can make your tea ice cream just how you like it from the comfort of your home. The pairing of tea flavors and aromas with the soft, sweet, creaminess of ice cream results in uniquely delicious little scoops that are sure to delight your summer guests. It's an easy, convenient, and tasty dessert for all tea lovers. Make tea ice cream by cold steeping your favorite tea in heavy cream, whipping the cream to stiff peaks, mixing in condensed milk and your favorite flavoring agents, adding the mix-ins of your choice, and freezing. No ice cream machine needed; just a little patience. Go wild with the toppings, or even drizzle your ice cream with more tea! There's no limit to the fun that can be had with ice cream in the summertime. Try our recipe for tea-infused ice cream, or come up with your own variation!


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