Refreshing Orange Sunshine Tisane Cooler

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These past few days have been so gorgeous and summery. Waking up and seeing the sunshine peek through the window is the best #MorningMotivation ever!
This is when living in London really pays off. You get awesome creative opportunities, paired with the weather that makes you feel like you’re on a never-ending holiday.

However, come the midday sun and I sink into a slump. The heat makes me sleepy and incredibly lazy… haha
That’s why I came up with this refreshing and incredibly invigorating summer cooler, which you can easily make at home!

Invigorating Orange Sunshine Cooler

Orange Sunshine Fruit Tisane recipe by Teapro

Recipe

This recipe is incredibly easy to make. Since our fridge is rather tiny, we prefer making a concentrated fruit tisane first, cool it down and then dilute it with cold water and lots of ice. I would also recommend making larger quantities of the concentrate as that’s what takes the longest to prepare. Depending on your fridge it’ll take 2-4 hours for it to cool down fully. If you have a massive fridge you’re welcome to try cold brewing the fruit tisane over night as that’s meant to preserve the most amount of vitamins and nutrients.

Orange Sunshine Ginger Cooler

When the summer hits, try this refreshing (orange & rosemary) as well as invigorating (ginger) teapro tisane cooler!
Prep Time5 mins
Cooling Down Time2 hrs
Total Time2 hrs 5 mins
Course: Mocktail
Keyword: fruit tisane, icetea, orange, recipe, summer cooler
Servings: 4 people

Ingredients

  • 3 tbsp teapro Orange Sunshine tisane
  • 15 g fresh ginger
  • 1 orange
  • 3 rosemary stalks
  • 1 tbsp raw ginger flavoured honey we recommend HoneyBerry honey
  • 500 ml hot water
  • 500 ml cold water
  • 1 tray ice cubes

Instructions

  • Add 3 tbsp fruit tisane to a cup, pour hot water over it and allow to steep for 10
    minutes
  • Add honey to taste and put the cup into the fridge for 1 hour – this will be your
    home-made tisane concentrate
  • Slice fresh oranges and ginger and them into a pitcher
  • Add ice cubes and your tisane concentrate to the pitcher and decorate with rosemary

Notes

You can also brew the tisane directly in 1 litre of hot water, but it will take longer to cool down. When it comes to sweetness, it might be a good idea adding more than 1tbsp - it really depends on your own preference. You can always try the tea for sweetness when its hot.
Lastly, you can also cold brew the fruit tisane by adding it directly to 1 litre of cold water and leaving it in the fridge over night. 

Health Benefits

The great thing about fruit tisanes is that they’re completely caffeine free. Therefore fruit tisanes are absolutely safe to consume by pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as small children. If you’d like to find out more about the health benefits of fruit tisanes check out this article here.

1 out of 4 in our July Fruit Cooler Box

The four tisanes we’ve picked for you are as unique as they come. Perfect as a refreshing treat in the midday sun or as a cooling drink in the evening. You can check out the box and the other tisanes here.

Orange Sunshine Fruit Tisane recipe by Teapro

Did you make it?

If you decide to try the recipe, please leave us your thoughts below and don’t forget to give it a rating!
Also let us know if you’ve put your own creative spin on it – we’re always keen to read your ideas. Lastly, don’t forget to tag us @teaprouk and #teapro for a chance to get featured on our social media networks!

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