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If you've ever wanted to make your own iced tea beverage based on some seriously delicious gourmet flavours, you've come to the right place. This is one of our tried-and-true recipes for a concentrate that is so simple and versatile. Once you have made your concentrate, it can be served hot or cold, straight up or blended with your favourite clear alcohol or soft drink, made into a popsicle mix, a fruity punch, or even a mocktail or cocktail.
Despite the intimidating sound of the name, the cold brew method is perhaps the most straightforward of all: just add cold water to your loose leaf tea or tisane blend, set it aside in the refrigerator for several hours, and you're ready to go. You can even cold brew overnight and wake up to a refreshing chilled drink to kickstart your day. Unlike tea that has been brewed with hot water and then chilled to produce an iced tea, the liquor from cold brewing is often distinctively sweeter, softer and much more mellow in flavour.
Tropical Slice was inspired by a cocktail in the tropics, with its fragrant grassy notes from sencha green tea, complemented with aged pineapple, creamy coconut, tangy lemongrass and sweet mango. In our test kitchen, we found this delicious combination of flavours is excellent as a low-fuss, iced dessert that is simply heaven served sprinkled over fresh fruit, mixed into a smoothie or just eaten as is!
What makes this recipe such a standout is how well it integrates the features of our Orange Brûlée tisane. There is just the right amount of sweetness, perfectly counterbalanced by earthy vanilla and the spiciness of cardamom and ginger. The deep, natural orange pigment and the coppery red of the rooibos shine through the clear set gelatine. Hold the jelly up to the light and witness the clarity of that brilliant orange... and then devour it by the spoonful with a generous helping of dark chocolate ganache!
A revered post-colonial icon of South-East Asia, teh tarik is a 'pulled' milk tea traditionally made from intensely bitter and strong low grade tea powder. In keeping with tradition, our take on the enduring classic features a lengthy steeping time of 30 minutes to extract the most intense flavour and colour from Endeavour Breakfast, our blend of choice. The combination of sweetened condensed milk along with a rich blend of the Ceylon, Assam and Kenyan black teas serves up a luscious, creamy beverage that we hope is worthy of the original.
Looking for an innovative way to enjoy tea on a hot day? Slowly melted ice gently brews green tea leaves such as sencha with all of the crisp, clean, sweet flavour and none of the bitterness or astringency sometimes associated with hot brewed green tea. Once you're done with your first infusion, re-use the same leaves for a second or even third brew in the refrigerator. All you'll need is a handful of ice cubes, a teaspoon full of your favourite high quality green tea and a ceramic drinking bowl or teapot. It couldn't be simpler.