We Are Preparing Cold Tea

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We Are Preparing Cold Tea

In this article, learn more about We Are Preparing Cold Tea. Let's make iced tea - the most relevant drink in the heat..

Let's make iced tea - the most relevant drink in the heat.

Apple-mint tea

Brew 1 liter of black tea , strain, add about 30 g of coarsely chopped mint. Core a couple of small apples, cut them into cubes and also put them in hot tea along with half a lime. Add sugar - to taste. Cover the kettle with a lid and let it cool. Serve chilled with a few ice cubes and a lime wedge.



Tea-citrus punch

Mix 1 glass of cold tea with the juice of 1 lemon, add the juice of 3 oranges and sugar. Add 0.5 cup raspberry syrup, 1 cup pineapple juice, and 1 cup soda water. Fill glasses pre-filled with pineapple pieces and ice cubes ⅔ full with prepared punch and add a little boiling water. Serve the drink with straws.


Spicy tea in Indian style

Mix black and mint tea , spices (cinnamon, ginger, grated nutmeg) and pour boiling water over it all. Let stand for 6 minutes, then strain and add sugar or honey. When the liquid has completely cooled, add lemon juice and a little soda water to it. Pour the resulting drink into glasses with ice cubes.


Tea with cardamom and milk

Boil water with green cardamom seeds, simmer on low heat for 10 minutes. Add black tea , orange peel and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and infuse for 3-5 minutes. Pour milk into the drink , add sugar to taste, mix and let cool a little. Pour the drink into glasses filled with ice cubes.


Green tea with strawberries

Brew green tea in 1.2 liters of hot water, add sugar, let the drink cool. Then add the juice of 1 lemon, halved strawberries, finely chopped mint and mix thoroughly. Serve with ice cubes, garnished with a slice of lime.


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