3 Iced Teas – delicious economical and low-cal

ice tea splash Making cold tea on a regular basis and keeping it readily accessible in the refrigerator, is one of the smartest things I have done this summer. It is important to keep delicious cold drinks at the ready, but so smart to keep drinks that are delicious without sugar, and economical too.

Here are 3 great teas suited for kids, parents and grandparents. Keep your whole family cool and hydrated but not jazzed by too much caffeine.

Organic Abundance Herbal Tea Blend – Organic Black Current leaves, rose petals, lavender flowers, rose hips, citrus peel, and safflowers saturated in black currant flavor.  The fresh leaves of the black currant plant have a fragrant aroma, and black currant is very rich in antioxidants. Refreshing and enlivening Abundance (named for its fullness of nature) brews up a tangy fruity flavor, which is aromatic and floral, quickly satisfying your thirst.

Organic Rubeus Africana Rooibos  (roy-boss) Blend . An extraordinary blend of fluffy organic Red Raspberry leaf, nutty South African Red Rooibos, and sweet marigold petals saturated with the vine ripened raspberry from the cool and moist climate of Oregon. Truly a globally resourced blend, this tea is uniquely refreshing, satisfying to thirsty mouths, and remarkably without need of sweeteners.

Organic  Chocolate Cherry Rooibos.  Mouth watering flavors of chocolate and cherry combined the with nuttiness of Organic African Rooibos tea. A natural sweetness from dried cherry and carob bits, this blend is balanced with Rooibos earthiness. A zero calorie chocolate lovers treat, with a natural sweetness.

How to make Iced Herbal Tea  Bring 1/2 pitcher or 3-4 cups of water to a simmer, remove from heat and add 4-5 tablespoons loose tea blend.  Let steep about 4-5 minutes, until it’s the strength you like.  Next fill the pitcher with cool water from the filter. Let cool and transfer to a pitcher, or just cover and refrigerate as is.

a Cha Teas Herbal Iced Teas

Da Cha Teas Herbal Iced Tea  (Strain loose tea with a fine-mesh sieve, or just strain the tea as you pour each glass, as herbals don’t get bitter or too strong in flavor and can remain in the pitcher and be removed as you drink.) 

Be the Hero of the Heat  Make use of these lovely herbal blends prepared and ready for brewing, flavorful iced teas with no caffeine or need to sweeten. It’s  a snap to brew up fresh every few days, and also so appreciated.



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