To celebrate National Iced Tea Day we offer a collection of thirst-quenching Iced tea drinks that are easy to make and add to your day. Just as earlier this year we celebrated National Hot Tea Month, this is our summertime counterpart and we’re ready!
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This Lavender Chamomile Iced Tea is sure to quench your thirst without caffeine. What I love the most about this tea is how completely realaxing it is to enjoy after an afternoon out in the garden. This tea helps reduce stress by settling your nervous system and calming your digestive system. Lavender promotes relaxation and chamomile eases tension and supports digestion. Steeped in flavor, this recipe is not too sweet and not too bitter.
This Honey and Ginger Iced Tea is simple to brew and makes enough to quench the thirst of you and several friends and requires only a few ingredients. This is a perfect drink to make for a day spent on the beach or a night by the campfire.
National Iced Tea Day Celebration
Here in the south, historically we like our tea sweet. The truth is sweet tea is a drink that is served year-round and it’s incredibly sweet. We offer these recipes with a nod to our southern roots, but in moderation in the interest of your good health!
Lavender Tonic Tea for Face, Body and Home
This classic lavender tonic has a clean, fresh fragrance of lavender buds. It’s gentle astringent, antiseptic, calming and healing qualities bring relief to skin irritations and sunburn. It’s good for all skin types. You can use this spray as a facial or body toner or as an aromatic spray on your pillows, sheets, and blankets.
Spinning Lemon into a Tea
Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade with honey and ginger is a thirst quenching mocktail for you and your family. When the weather starts to get warm this is a great homemade soda. If you’re having a spring or summer garden party, this is an excellent signature drink to offer guests. Spring Honey is the perfect sweetener for this drink!
The Bees Knees Honeybush Tea
We offer a small specially curated line of teas that we believe pair well with honey and can easily be served hot or cold. One of our favorite things to do is ice one of our teas and add cashew and coconut milk.