- Serving Size: 2.8g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 5 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: South Africa
- Caffeine: Caffeine Free
This delicious lemon blend of herbs and flower petals has just the right body and depth to make a terrific iced tea, and is caffeine-free as well! The green rooibos base gives it a lighter and fresher flavor than traditional lemon iced tea, with no sugar required.
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Infusion Aroma: Sweet, spicy, lemons
Infusion Color: Deep Orange
Base flavor: Sweet Lemons
Infusion Strength: Medium
Have you tried Lemonade? Tell us what you think!
I look forward to trying the new recipe, as I found this one just did not have enough lemon flavour for me. However adding a drop of essential oil will fix that up
Submitted by Alana
Rediscovered this gem in my tea collection recently! It’s wonderful in the summer.
Submitted by qualiTEA
Very refreshing when the weather is hot. Recommended for summer!
Submitted by Stormy
From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
Recipes: 5 Delicious Iced Tea Recipes - by Safiya Motala
If you are looking for ways to stay cool this summer, or just want to enjoy your tea in new and creative ways, get started with these 5 simple and delicious iced tea methods. Iced tea makes a great alternative to juice or even fruit infused water! Tea is full of antioxidants and provides other health benefits, plus it tastes great!
Making iced tea is easy! We like the cold brew method, it gives the a more balanced flavour and complexity compared with the hot brew method. It's also incredibly simple! Just add tea and optional additions to cold water and pop in the fridge.
When making iced tea, we usually put the tea loose into the container and strain it out when ready to serve. If you are adding fruit pieces and want to keep them in the iced tea after you remove the tea, you may find that using a t-sac is easier than your re-usable infuser. We suggest using the #4 size for iced tea. T-sacs are biodegradable and easy to use!<...