One question we get a lot is what teas make the best Iced Teas, well all of them of course! Just about any tea can be served cold and iced, but the five listed below are some of you favorites.
Mango Black Tea: luxury black tea, natural dried mango, freeze dried mango, lime leaves, calendula petals. Fresh, piquant mango character with memories of happy days in the sun. This tea is stunning over ice.
Cape Code Iced Tea: luxury black tea, papaya and mango pieces, jasmine petals, lime leaves. Infusion immediately produces the bright, sweet aromas of fresh fruit. One of our best iced teas.
Peach Apricot Green Tea: Sencha green tea, Jasmine flowers, Natural flavors.This tea has peach notes with jasmine sweet overtones. The juicy flavor of peach and apricot with a crisp and refreshing green tea. Heavenly iced.
Tuscany Pear Rooibos: luxury rooibos, natural dried pear, natural dried apple Pear Rooibos is a seductive combination of rich ripe juicy pears and sweet mild rooibos. Delightful iced!
Lady's Hannah Whole Fruit Herbal Tea : The delicious blend of whole dried blackberries, raspberries, pieces of dried strawberries, apples and pineapples, lemon peels and hibiscus petals create a summertime cooler. Nice on ice!
Rooibos is high in antioxidants. The antioxidants help to fight free radicals. The polyphenols in Rooibos have anti-inflammatory properties and help safeguard against heart disease. Our new idea of this week is Rooibos Slush.
Tea and Jam is one of the oldest traditional pairing. In Russia, where I was born, tea is often served with pastries, sugar, lemon, honey or jam.
According to Russian tea drinking tradition we put a small spoonful of jam in our mouths and then sip the tea through the jam.
We have finally found a partner to provide us with the Gourmet Quality Jam and Preserves worthy of the Culinary Tea Name. They are all packed with whole fruit and no artificial flavoring or coloring. All natural and no preservatives, this is what preserve the flavor of the fruit.