12 August 2015

The Kettle Shed Tutti Frutti Ice Tea

Ice tea recipe, Tutti Frutti tea The Kettle Shed, food bloggers, FashionFake
Ice tea recipe, Tutti Frutti tea The Kettle Shed, food bloggers, FashionFake

I have been a fan of The Kettle Shed tea since I found out about the brand a couple of months ago – ethical and delicious, The Kettle Shed is perfect for any tea lover with a huge selection of flavours to suit any taste. 

I previously reviewed their Kick-In Cocoa tea – review for which you can read here – so I decided to give something totally different a go and this time went for the Tutti Frutti tea from which I am going to make homemade ice tea.
Tutti Frutti tea from The Kettle Shed has a whole array of delicious flavours like coconut, orange, passion fruit – all of which you can see in your tea bag! I’m such a sucker for appearance but I find it a lot more exciting when I can see my ingredients, rather than them being concealed in a teabag.

I love ice tea and always used to drink it as a kid, but now I find most ice teas in supermarkets and even in coffee shops are just too sweet because they’re essentially just syrup with loads of sugar, sweeteners and artificial flavours packed into a small bottle with a rather expensive price tag. Can you tell I pretty much hate shop bought ice teas now?! Making your own ice tea is super easy – just follow this quick recipe to make your own Pimms inspired iced tea and enjoy on a sunny, warm day. 

Ice tea recipe, Tutti Frutti tea The Kettle Shed, food bloggers, FashionFake
Ice tea recipe, Tutti Frutti tea The Kettle Shed, food bloggers, FashionFake

What you’ll need to make 1 litre jug:

- 2 Tutti Frutti tea bags (you can use more if you prefer your tea to be stronger/sweeter)
- 3 thin slices of orange
- 3 strawberries cut in quarters
- A small bunch of mint leaves
- 1 litre boiled water
- Ice cubes
- Jug to serve

Pour the boiling water into a large container and add the Tutti Frutti tea bags. Give the tea a good stir and leave to cool.
Once the tea has dropped to room temperature, add in the fruit pieces and mint leaves, and move into the fridge. Once the tea is cold, transfer into the serving jug and add ice cubes.

Serve immediately and enjoy!
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