Let’s make tasty orange green tea!

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Since springtime will be rolling in soon, it’s time to grab a refreshing drink!

Iced tea is one of the most popular ways to rehydrate in the season! If you’re a tea person who needs your daily caffeine boost, why not give iced teas a try? Not only are they easy to make and delicious to boot, they’re also a great thirst-quencher!

If you are looking for a refreshing tea cocktail, look no further: Try out our iced orange green tea!

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Why orange green tea?

Our fresh iced orange green tea is healthy, refreshing and a perfect sipper year-round. With oranges’ iconic tangy flavour and fruity aroma, this beautiful blend creates one tasty tea-based punch that is a pleasure to see, smell and savor.

A classic combination of fruit and tea- the citrus scent from the oranges and earthiness from the green tea- makes this light, fruity drink a great family treat.

It’s a refreshing and rounded drink with a smooth and mellow finish, perfect for serving both hot and cold! 

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With only a few minutes of your time, this sweet and refreshing green tea is an instant pick-me-up. The vibrant taste makes for a lively, characterful tea experience, perfect for any weather, any place, any day! It’s a sure fit in anyone’s family cookbook!

Having a party? Really fire up the crowd by making this drink!

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Fresh Orange Green Tea

This terrific drink featuring antioxidant-rich green tea and zesty orange is the perfect mocktail to rejuvenate the day!

What you’ll need

– 12g Loose green tea
– 100g orange syrup
– 300ml Hot water (about 70-85℃)
– 300g iced cubes
– 1 slice fresh orange (for garnishing)

How to make

Step 1

Pour 300ml of hot water over green tea leaves in a pitcher; brew for 2-3 minutes. Strain tea leaves and adds ice for rapid cooling.

Step 2

Stir in orange syrup

Step 3

Garnish with an orange slice and serve.

Quick Tip!

When brewing green tea, it’s best to heat the water to a simmer, but not to a boiling point, because the heat from steeping the tea in boiling water can destroy the benefits of catechins.

Home-brewed orange green tea is crisp and cool, with a hint of citrus to get you ready for spring!

Serve as is for a family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, or Mother’s Day drink or spice it up with a shot of rum or Irish whiskey!

Want to give it a try?

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