Iced herbal teas are a refreshing and nutritious summer drink. Numerous caffeine-free herbal teas are available in numerous varieties for all-day drinking.
Select Herbal Tea: Based on personal tastes and desired health advantages. Some popular chilled herbal teas are: Peppermint: Refreshing, calming. Red and tart hibiscus may have cardiovascular advantages.
Cold Brewing process: This delicate process extracts flavors without bitterness. Leave herbal tea bags or loose leaves in cold water to steep in the fridge for a few hours or overnight.
After brewing herbal tea with boiling water, let it cool to room temperature before refrigerating. This is faster than cold brewing.
Add Fresh Fruits and Herbs: Use lemons, berries, oranges, and herbs (mint, basil) to enhance the flavor of your iced herbal tea. This gives natural sweetness and summer freshness.
For natural sweetness, avoid excessive sugar. You can sweeten iced herbal tea organically using honey, agave syrup, or maple syrup.
Try Blends: Integrate herbal teas with black or green tea for distinct flavors. Hibiscus-mint and chamomile-lemon infusions are tasty.
Create Flavored Ice Cubes: Freeze herbal tea to prevent dilution during melting. Add fruit or herbs to ice cube trays for added taste.
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