I’m still a little bit obsessed with tea at the moment. I’m really enjoying trying new recipes and different brewing equipment to create the perfect cuppa. I recently went to a tea masterclass at my local T2 shop. This was organised by Fay from Blogabooketc as part of our Kingston Blogger Meet which I’ll be writing more about soon. We were shown how to make lots of different tea recipes including iced tea. I’ve tried mixing and matching lots of different teas and flavours and at the moment this is my favourite.
I made this using T2 Packs a Peach, which is a gorgeous loose leaf tea, with lots of beautiful fruity ingredients. I also used fresh mint and nectarines to add a bit of extra flavour.
I brewed the tea using my T2 Jug-a-lot iced tea jug. I have the 2 litre one, which is perfect for keeping in the fridge. I really like that once the tea is ready you can leave it in the fridge all day and go back for a glass whenever you fancy one.
How to Make:
First I fill the jug 2 thirds full with boiling water and add my mint and nectarine.
Then I add the tea infuser.
I allow this to cool before sealing the lid and leave it in the fridge overnight.
In the morning I remove the tea infuser and fill the space in the jug with ice.
The end result is refreshing and delicious, perfect for hot summer days. I’ve been trying out lots more iced tea recipes and would love to share a few more on here very soon.
What are your favourite tea flavours? Do you have any recipes or suggestions that I should try?
*This post is not endorsed by T2 and all products used were purchased by me.
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The Secret Tea and Cake ClubJune 12, 2017 at 9:18 pm
Thank you for sharing this recipe. Peach tea is one of my favourites and I’ve been thinking of looking for an iced tea
recipe. You must have read my mind!
ImogenDecember 26, 2017 at 8:23 am
Hi Catherine! I recently got gifted the 2L jug and Packs a Peach for Christmas and I’m so keen to try out this recipe. Just wondering – how much of the tea do you use? Thanks in advance!