Rooibos & Blueberry Iced Tea

Summer is here! Sometimes, it can get pretty boring drinking just plain water but I wouldn’t go down the sugary soda road for anything in the world. I bought this rooibos and blueberry tea by Rishi because I was running out of tea and when I had my first cup I thought that it would be perfect for a homemade iced-tea recipe. And it is! This tea is very fruity and adding a little bit of lemon and a touch of maple syrup as a natural sweetener makes it a fancy option for your lazy summer afternoons on your patio. Plus, you don’t have to feel guilty because it’s all very natural and doesn’t contain caffeine! Rooibos is really good for you as it is loaded with minerals and it is rich in antioxidants. If you want to learn more about the amazing properties of this South-African red tea, go over here.

 

Summer is here! Sometimes, it can get pretty boring drinking just plain water but I wouldn’t go down the soda road for anything in the world. I bought the rooibos and blueberry tea by Rishi because I was running out of tea and when I had my first cup I thought that it would be perfect for a homemade iced-tea recipe. And it is!
Rooibos & Blueberry Iced Tea

 

Serving: 2 liters

Total Time: 10 minutes to prepare, 30 waiting time for the tea to cool down

 

Ingredients:

– Rooibos & Blueberry tea by Rishi or an equivalent

– 1 lemon

– maple syrup

– ice cubes

 

Directions:

Start by boiling 2 liters of water in a large sauce pan.

In a tea steeper, add the rooibos and blueberry tea. One tea spoon of loose leaf tea should be enough.

Let infuse for 5 minutes and remove from the saucepan. Let cool down.

Add ice cubes, slices of lemon and maple syrup to your liking.

That’s it! Prestty easy iced tea recipe, right? You can now start your lazy afternoon by reading a good book in the sun while staying hydrated with your homemade & fresh drink.

Summer is here! Sometimes, it can get pretty boring drinking just plain water but I wouldn’t go down the soda road for anything in the world. I bought the rooibos and blueberry tea by Rishi because I was running out of tea and when I had my first cup I thought that it would be perfect for a homemade iced-tea recipe.
Rooibos & Blueberry Iced Tea

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