Zingy lemons twisted with berries (& it brews blue!)

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Lemon & Raspberry | 150g Refill

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Lemon & Raspberry | 150g Refill

Zingy lemons twisted with berries (& it brews blue!)

 

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lProduct Description

Don't be fooled by this iced tea's magical blue colour ... it packs a zesty lemon yellow punch! Add a drop of lemon juice & watch the brew turn berry pink in front of your eyes!

 

We've been enjoying this one iced, topped with lemonade & garnished with fresh lemon... or as a cold brew infused in lemonade! It creates the most beautiful purple brew! 

 

We are so confident that our new blends will be the most fruity, juicy & refreshing teas you'll ever taste that if you don't love them we will replace/refund no questions asked, as part of our Iced Tea guarantee!

dIngredients

Chinese sencha green tea, apple pieces, rosehip, blue pea flowers, orange peel, freeze-dried raspberry, natural flavouring.

 

Warning: Packed in an environment that contains nuts.

 

 Please check out our allergens page for any queries you may have regarding ingredients.

pBrew the perfect cup

HOW TO MAKE ICED TEA

 

Step 1. Use twice as much tea as you would for a hot cup & use half as much water! Brew as normal using recommended steeping time and water temperature on tea.**

Step 2. Once your tea has brewed, strain and leave to cool for 5 mins (or speed this process up by adding in ice cubes)

Step 3. Fill a glass with ice & pour your tea in.

Step 4. Top with sparkling water or lemonade and garnish with some fresh (or frozen) fruit.

 

**PLEASE NOTE: This one has a green tea base, so to get the tastiest brew, make sure you only use 80-degree water (or it will taste bitter/burnt) 

 

Check out our easy 'How to make a perfect cup of loose tea' post on our UniversiTEA blog for more help with brewing tips and techniques.