Peach Rose Teasia Palmer Recipe #8 of 8

We know that summer has ended, but it doesn’t have to when it comes to enjoying a refreshing beverage like our Peah Rose Teasia Palmer. This ice blended tea and lemonade combo is best shared with a friend!

Peach Rose Palmer

FOR TEA:
4 Teasia Peach Rose Tea K-Cups

FOR LEMONADE:
8 TBSP white sugar
1 C hot water
¾ C Fresh lemon juice
3 C Cold Water

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

FOR TEA:
Brew Teasia Peach Rose Tea K-Cups as instructed.
Set tea aside to cool

FOR LEMONADE:
In a large pitcher, stir together the sugar and hot water until the sugar is completely dissolved
Stir in the lemon juice and the cold water

We made our version ice blended but if you don’t have a blender handy you can just serve this concoction on ice.

FOR PEACH ROSE TEASIA PALMER :
Fill serving glasses to the top with cubed or crushed ice
Add in half Teasia peach rose tea and half lemonade to each glass

FOR PEACH ROSE TEASIA PALMER (ice blended):
Fill blender with 1/2 cup to 1 cup of ice and add in half Teasia peach rose tea and half lemonade to each glass. Blend until smooth and serve.

Enjoy!

PRO TIP:
Add more or less lemonade to your palmer to make your drink a little more or less sweet. More lemonade will make your drink sweeter and more Teasia Peach Rose Tea will make your beverage a little more tangy!

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

Teasia Wildberry Hibiscus Pomegranate Mint Iced Tea Recipe #7 of 8

Wildberry Final

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

8 Teasia Wildberry Hibiscus Tea K-Cups
1 C sugar
Fresh blackberries, blueberries
Pomegranate juice
3 sprigs of mint

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

1. Brew Teasia K-Cups as normal and add tea to a pitcher
2. Add mint while tea is still warm
3. Stir in sugar while tea is still warm
4. Add fresh blackberries, raspberries and pomegranate seeds
5. Fill cups with cubed or crushed ice

PRO TIP: Add pomegranate seeds into your ice tray before freezing to create beautiful pop of pink ice cubes!

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

Teasia English Breakfast Thai Iced Tea Recipe Recipe #6 of 8

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

2 Teasia English Breakfast K-Cups
1 Star Anise
½ Cinnamon Stick
¼ TSP Almond extract
1/8 Vanilla bean
Sweetened condensed milk
Evaporated milk
1 TBSP Sugar
3 TBSP Half and half
Mint leaves for garnish

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  1. Brew Teasia English Breakfast K-Cups as normal
  2. Add tea to pot on stove
  3. While tea is hot add, cinnamon stick, vanilla bean, star anise, almond extract and tamarind powder. Steep for five minutes
  4. Strain Teasia English Breakfast tea
  5. Stir in sugar until they are dissolved
  6. Pour the tea over ice, leaving room at the top of each glass for evaporated milk
  7. Drizzle one TSP of condensed milk on each glass of tea
  8. Add mint for garnish

Enjoy!

PRO TIP: Make this recipe vegan by using cream of coconut in place of sweetened condensed milk and coconut milk in place of evaporated milk.

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

Teasia Coconut Iced Tea Latte Recipe Recipe #5 of 8

Coconut Chai Tea

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

1 Teasia Chai Tea K-Cup
1/3 C coconut cream
1 TSP raw honey

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  1. Brew your Chai Teasia K-Cup on the small cup setting
  2. Heat the coconut cream in a saucepan on the stove
  3. Add in the honey and tea while still warm
  4. Heat on low for 4 minutes
  5. Taste the tea and add more sweetener if you prefer
  6. Let tea cool and refrigerate until you are ready to enjoy
  7. Fill glass with cubed or crush ice

Add tea & Enjoy!

PRO TIP: You can sprinkle Chai Masala spice blend on top for garnish and to help kick the flavor up a notch if you prefer!

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

Teasia Genmaicha Almond Tea Latte Recipe Recipe #4 of 8

Genmaicha Ice Tea

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

2 Teasia Genmaicha Green Tea K-Cups
1 C Almond milk
¼ C brown sugar or brown rice syrup

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  1. Brew Teasia Genmaicha Green Tea K-Cups as usual and transfer to a large pitcher
  2. Add in your choice of sweetener to the pitcher
  3. Mix well
  4. Fill each of your cups with cubed or crushed ice
  5. Fill each glass with tea to the halfway point.
  6. Froth the milk
  7. Top each glass the rest of the way with frothed milk
  8. Enjoy!

PRO TIP: Substitute your favorite plant-based milk that’s unsweetened with vanilla to create a creamy vegan recipe!

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

 

Teasia Citrus Earl Grey Iced Tea Recipe Recipe #3 of 8

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

6 Teasia Earl Grey Tea K-Cups
1 C water
½ TSP vanilla extract
¾ C sugar
¾ C thawed limeade concentrate
1 lemon sliced
1 lime sliced
1 orange sliced

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  1. Brew Teasia Earl Grey Tea K-Cups as normal.
  2. Combine sugar, limeade concentrate, water, extracts and sliced fruit with Teasia Earl Grey Tea in large pitcher.
  3. Fill up glasses with cubed or crushed ice.
  4. Fill glasses to the brim.
  5. Enjoy!

PRO TIP: Add more limeade concentrate to taste to make it a Teasia Palmer!

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

 

Teasia Basil Tropical Iced Tea Recipe #2 of 8

Tropical Tea

Escape to paradise with our Tropical Tea – an infusion of hibiscus, apple, orange peel and coconut. Refreshingly vibrant and fruity, with a hint of tang, it’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Our caffeine-free recipe is so refreshing you can whip it up in no time to share with family and friends.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

6 Teasia Tropical Tea K-Cups
3 c fresh raspberries
1 liter carbonated water
1 c sugar
1 c fresh basil leaves, chopped
¼ c lemon or lime juice

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Brew Teasia Tropical Tea per instructions on the box. Set tea aside.
  2. Combine sugar, fresh basil, lemon/lime juice and raspberries to saucepan on stove top. If you don’t have any fresh berries, you can use frozen. Mash berries, heat for seven minutes.
  3. Add tea to stove top and let everything combined sit for 20 minutes.
  4. Add tea to pitcher and refrigerate until served.
  5. Add carbonated water before serving
  6. Serve over cubed or crushed ice

Enjoy!

PRO TIP: If you have leftover raspberries, add them to your iced tea to make a beautiful garnish

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

 

Teasia Blackcurrant & Cherry Iced Tea Recipe #1 of 8

Black Currant Tea

Summer is coming to a close, but we are not ready to say goodbye yet! We are going to be sharing our Teasia International Series and Fruit Series ice tea recipes.  where we share 8 different tea recipes for you to try at home to share with friends and family. 

We didn’t forget everyone’s favorite classic ice tea recipe. We have a super simple recipe that we have adapted from southern sweet tea recipes to share with you today. 

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

8 Teasia Black Currant Tea K-Cups
¼ C sugar
¼ C honey (optional)
1 tbsp ginger (sliced works too)
6 tbsp cherry juice

DIRECTIONS:

Brew Teasia Black Currant Tea K-Cups per instructions on the box.  Add Tea to a large pitcher (make sure it’s safe for hot liquids), while still hot, add in ginger and let steep for 10 minutes. Add juice and sugar. Stir until all mixed. Strain ginger out of pitcher.
Chill before serving and add some ice!

Enjoy!

PRO TIP: If you find yourself with a sore throat, add in a little more ginger and serve warm in order to help combat the pain and create a tea that is both delicious and soothing.

Don’t forget to check out our other ice tea recipes!

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

 

Teasia Classic Sweet Tea Recipe #6 of 8

Class Teasia Sweet Tea

We are coming down to the home stretch of our Teasia Summer Iced Tea Recipe Series where we share 8 different tea recipes in 8 straight days using our 8 flavors.

We didn’t forget everyone’s favorite classic ice tea recipe. We have a super simple recipe that we have adapted from southern sweet tea recipes to share with you today. 

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

5  kcups of  Teasia’s Black Iced Tea (you can brew each kcup twice and you won’t lose flavor!)
1 cup unbleached cane sugar
Ice Cubes

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Brew  Teasia Black Iced Tea  as directed. Note: You can brew each kcup twice without losing flavor.
  2. Add sugar. Mix.
  3. Add ice cubes.

That’s it!

Here’s what we did. We let the tea cool down and then transferred the tea into a pitcher of ice before lunch.  We now know why the South loves their sweet tea so much.  It’s completely different adding cane sugar and letting it dissolve rather than just adding sugar to your iced tea. Don’t forget to add a slice of lemon for garnish and you can even add some slices in there too.

Miss some of our previous recipes? Check them out below:

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea
Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea
Recipe 3: Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea
Recipe 4: Teasia Iced Lavender Rose Black Tea
Recipe 5: Teasia Iced Raspberry Roasted Oolong Tea

If you have a favorite that you’ve tried. We would love to hear about it at the comments below.

 

Teasia Iced Oolong Cinnamon Tea Recipe #3 of 8

Oolong Cinnamon TeaToday is day 3 of our Summer Iced Tea Recipe Series. If you missed days 1 & 2, check them out here:

Recipe 1: Teasia Iced Peach Green Tea

Recipe 2: Teasia Iced Pineapple Chamomile Mint Tea

For our next recipe, we are using our delicious Teasia Oolong Tea kcups. We’re bringing the flavors of cinnamon into this unique combo. The spice of a Chai tea really makes us happy during the winter, but with the heat of this summer we need our spice over ice!  

Here’s the recipe:

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

6 Teasia Oolong Tea Kcup’s
3 cups of water
4 sticks of cinnamon

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Brew Teasia Oolong Tea kcups as directed and pour into a small pot.
  2. Add cinnamon sticks and bring tea to a boil and remove from heat.
  3. Let cinnamon sticks steep for up to 5 minutes.
  4. Fill up a pitcher halfway with cold water and add the tea mixture to fill the rest.

Refrigerate for 3 hours but if you don’t want to wait, add some ice and start enjoying! If you’re looking for a creamier drink, try adding some soy milk. This recipe is vegan-friendly too.

Here are some fun health benefits of cinnamon:

Get your health on with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic as well as immunity-boosting abilities of cinnamon.

Did this recipe spice up your life? Leave a comment below!

Tomorrow we are going to debut our next tea recipe and there’s going to be some lavender & bourbon too. Get excited and don’t miss out.