27 Jul Jungle Berry Iced Tea Cooler Recipe
During the recent heatwave we’ve decided that we need more fruit tea coolers in our lives. That’s why we’ve come up with this yummy summery mocktail cooler – and trust us when we say, its super refreshing!
If you’d like to learn more about fruit tisanes and their health benefits check out The Summer Feels of Fruit Tisanes
Jungle Berry Cooler
This recipe is really 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
Jungle Berry Tea Cooler
- 1 tbsp Jungle Berry teapro tisane
- 1 tbsp honey
- 1 orange
- elderflower pressé
- ice cubes
- 1 orange slice
- 1 rosemary
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.
try it with our raspberry breeze tisane
You can buy the raspberry breeze tisane on its own or as part of our 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.
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Tom and Tatjana from teapro