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Tea-riffic recipes

Going dry this July? You can still enjoy a delicious refreshment thanks to these delicious iced tea recipes from our friends at Red Seal. 

Blood Orange Rumba 

Exotic Explosion

Don’t get high tea confused with low tea. Low tea is taken around 3pm, in armchairs with low tables. High tea is a meal taken around 6pm of meat and potatoes and hot tea. It was enjoyed mostly by farm hands, although the aristocracy would usually take high-tea on Sundays to allow their staff time off for church. 

Teariffic tea recipes

Red Seal have a delicious range of fruit teas to enjoy during any season – brewed hot or cold. Here are some of our favourite refreshing summer recipes 

Blood Orange Rumba 

40ml Mount Gay Black Barrel Rum
150ml lime juice
10ml sugar syrup 
Splash of vanilla essence 
50ml Red Seal cold brew Blood Orange tea 
Fresh orange slices 

Add Mount Gay Black Barrel Rum, lime juice, sugar syrup and vanilla essence into a catalina/or similar glass packed with ice. Fill the rest of the glass with Red Seal Blood Orange cold brew tea. Stir very well. Garnish with orange and serve immediately 

Exotic Explosion 

Red Seal cold brew Exotic Fruits tea (5 tea bags) 
3 cups of cold or warm water 
2 cups (500ml) of coconut water
1 tablespoon of black chia seeds
1 lemon (finely sliced) 
1 cup of fresh mint leaves
1/4 teaspoon of fresh grated turmeric (okay to substitute with powedered turmeric if there is no fresh turmeric on hand)
Ice cubes for serving
 

Pour water over tea bags, and leave to steep for 5 minutes in a 2 litre container.

Add coconut water and leave to steep for another 5 minutes, then remove the tea bags. 

Add chia seeds, turmeric, sliced lemon and mint and stir well. 

Pour into glasses and add ice before serving. 

For more delicious tea recipes and ideas, visit www.redseal.co.nz/

 

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