After the spring showers pass, the days welcome sunshine and higher temperatures. Iced tea is the perfect solution to cool down and quench your thirst on a sunny, beach-worthy day. As you may know, tea is the second most widely consumed beverage after water. This is largely true because people love iced tea.
Have you tried Art of Tea’s new spring blend, White Acai? Well, if you like it hot, you’ll definitely love it iced! White Acai became an instant tea favorite of mine from the moment of my first sip. This organic white tea is delicate and naturally sweetened. Acai berries from the Amazon rainforests are grounded into a fine powder and nicely complimented with organic pineapple bits, rosehips, hibiscus, apple bits and black currants. This fruity libation is delightfully refreshing. Follow these simple directions for an amazing iced tea. Recipe yields five 8 oz. servings.
White Acai on Ice
You Will Need:
-5 tbsp of Art of Tea’s White Acai
-Hot/Iced Tea Maker 40 oz.
-Pot of boiled water
-Fresh, filtered room temperature water
Using the one to two water ratio, pour one part or one third of boiled water into the Hot/Iced Tea Maker. Then, add two parts or two thirds of the way of room temperature water. Fill your brewing basket with 5 tablespoons of White Acai. Twist on the brewing basket to the pitcher’s cover and twist cover onto the container. After 3 minutes of steeping, remove the brewing basket. Add ice cubes halfway to the top of your 8 oz. glass. Add blueberries and other berries if you like. As a final touch, add a thinly sliced lemon on the rim of the glass. Make sure to remove the seeds. Lastly, fill your glass with the newly brewed tea. Enjoy a refreshing White Acai iced tea. Cheers!