Frozen Tea Cubes

Frozen Tea Cubes

Frozen Tea Cubes

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Got leftover tea? You can easily repurpose it to make some easy, no-waste ice cubes that are the perfect companion for cocktails or simply for chilling your favorite summer beverage.

Our favorites that we think you should try are: 

Hibiscus (Use for margaritas, mint tea, and mojitos)

Butterfly Pea flower (Use for cocktails, sparkling water, and horchata)

Black tea (Use with lemonade for an Arnold Palmer)

Yields
1 servings
Frozen Tea Cubes

Ingredients

Directions

Steep your tea according to the directions for each.

Pour tea into ice trays and let freeze for 3 hours.

Pop the frozen tea out of the ice tray and use in drinks!

Frozen Tea Cubes

Frozen Tea Cubes

COOK TIME:

Steep your tea according to the directions for each.

Pour tea into ice trays and let freeze for 3 hours.

Pop the frozen tea out of the ice tray and use in drinks!

Frozen Tea Cubes

Got leftover tea? You can easily repurpose it to make some easy, no-waste ice cubes that are the perfect companion for cocktails or simply for chilling your favorite summer beverage.

Our favorites that we think you should try are: 

Hibiscus (Use for margaritas, mint tea, and mojitos)

Butterfly Pea flower (Use for cocktails, sparkling water, and horchata)

Black tea (Use with lemonade for an Arnold Palmer)

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