How to make Rose green tea with rose jelly

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Are you a fan of flowery flavours? Looking for something refreshing to cool down during summer? Look no further, try out our rose green tea with rose jelly!

Both delicious and eye-catching, this drink is great for any occasion. Let’s check it out!

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Why rose green tea?

This delightful drink is the perfect marriage between the subtle, aromatic flavours of roses and green tea’s health benefits.

Want to give green tea a try, but not too keen on its savoury, bitter flavour profile? Don’t worry – the aroma and sweetness from the roses balance it out, creating a mild, relaxing drink.

With a dash of rose jelly’s mild sweetness and chewy fun, this beverage is the perfect rosy treat to enjoy anytime!

Give yourself a health boost!

What’s more, the green tea base is a treasure-trove of health benefits!

Packed with antioxidants and other goodies, green tea is a great stress-reliever, immunity boost and helps prevent cancer.

It also helps fight insomnia, reduce stomach bloating, improve skin health, soothe sore throats and much more!

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Jellicious rose jelly!

What’s the best companion to rose green tea? Why, rose jelly of course!
Light, sweet and chewy, those jelly bits add a fun and exciting texture to this delicious drink.
Enhanced with the heady fragrance of freshly-cut roses, each cube perfectly captures the beauty of early summer blooms!

Ready to find your perfect summer? Roll up your sleeves, grab a glass and let’s get started!

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Rose green tea with rose jelly

Refreshing and fragrant, this drink is a real treat for your taste buds.
Sip and enjoy the flavors of summer in a glass!

What you’ll need

– 85g Rose syrup
– 800ml water
– 15g gelatin
– A jelly mould
– 10g loose green tea leaves
– Ice cubes to taste

How to make

Step 1

Mix 35g rose syrup and the gelatin with 300ml water. Pour into a medium saucepan. Heat on a low flame and stir until fully dissolved. Pour into moulds.

Leave to cool, then refrigerate for at least 1 hour

Step 2

Pour hot water over green tea leaves in a pitcher; brew for 10 minutes. Strain the tea leaves and stir in the remaining rose syrup

Step 3

Add the rose jelly cubes, and top up with ice cubes

Give it a try!

Serve this treat to your family and friends in a hot summer afternoon – pick up the ingredients to get started!

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