Raspberry tea recipe
With all the beautiful raspberries we’ve picked the past month, I decided to take my favorite cold sweet tea to a new level of delicious. I made Raspberry Iced Tea. And it’s absolutely heavenly.
Unlike many of the flavored teas offered on menus these days, with cloying sweetness and distinctly unnatural flavor additions, this iced tea shines brightly with true berry flavor. And because I find mint in my tea irresistible, I coaxed some fresh garden mint to mingle with the raspberries, adding a layer of subtle coolness.
I think this is about the most perfect glass of flavored iced tea. With its ruby red gorgeousness, warmed by sun-kissed summer berries and cooled by refreshing mint, it beckons me to slow down. Way down.
And isn’t that what a glass of tea is truly all about?
- 3 c. fresh or frozen raspberries
- 3/4 c. sugar
- 1 T. chopped fresh mint
- 1 pinch baking soda
- 2 c. boiling water
- 6 tea bags (regular Lipton tea or your favorite black tea)
- 6 c. cold water
In a medium bowl, combine the raspberries and sugar, crushing the berries with the back side of a wooden spoon. Stir in the mint and set aside.
Sprinkle baking soda into heat-proof pitcher. Pour in boiling water and add tea bags. Let steep for 15 minutes. Discard tea bags. Pour tea into raspberry mixture and let stand at room temperature for 1 hour.
Line a colander with a layer of cheese cloth and place it over a large bowl. Pour the raspberry tea mixture through the cheesecloth. Bind up the cheesecloth and press on it with the back side of a wooden spoon to squeeze out all the delicious raspberry juice. Discard the cheesecloth with the solids. Pour in cold water. Transfer raspberry tea to the pitcher and bring to room temperature. Refrigerate until cold. If you like your tea sweeter, add sugar as desired.driver education blog even stilstaan blogging dirty blogging about tv shows matthew gray gubler education nys dept of education blogging to the bank early education blogging at 70 learning in education founders education blogging dirty blog quizlet texas education code problem with education blogging your way to the front row blog on wordpress blogging to win.com center for family health and education journal of teacher education blogging sign up blogging at 60 summit continuing education blog quizlet sign up blogging account blog off white bloggingpro theme words about education blogging topics blog on facebook blog xbox blog after gallbladder surgery blog over pmu building over blogging blog till westermayer blogging of photography blogging course near me blog vs youtube pearson education inc
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