Looking for a quick summer tea recipe to stay hydrated? We have a few fruity ideas for you. Make them and forget them! Fruit teas are also a great activity to do with the kids.
I love making sun tea when the weather turns warm. So today when the sun came out, I rushed to grab my mason jars and lined up the wall with different flavored tea combinations.
Making sun tea is so easy!
You simply need a quart size jar. Fill it with water and toss in your favorite tea bags. I also like to add some flavored syrups to give it a little sweetness and make them unique.
Here I have three of my favorites: Lavender Hibiscus, Pomegranate Mango, and a lovely dark caramel black tea.
The Lavender Hibiscus is a tea made from hibiscus tea and flowers and I used some lavender food grade essential oils.
For the Pomegranate Mango, I used white tea and added some pomegranate juice and mango syrup. You really can sweeten this to your liking.
And the black caramel tea is a simple black tea and sweetened with caramel syrup.
Making flavored tea is so simple!