Wimbledon is nearing finals day and like most of the country, we are looking forward to sitting down and enjoying the final match with a cold beverage and a bowl of fresh strawberries! However, with cool alcoholic drinks being the usual drink of choice, what about a healthier option?
Here at In Nature, we’re a big fan of chilled teas and we think that Natural Oolong with a twist of wild honey is just divine. Refreshing and healthy, keep it bottled in the fridge and serve over ice during your Wimbledon Tea Party!
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Summer is finally here and as the days grow ever hotter, it’s important to hydrate ourselves and keep cool. Although it is well known that tea will cool you down in warm weather, sometimes we just want to enjoy a cool and refreshing beverage.
So why not treat your tastebuds with a pure and natural glass of iced tea? Brew up a pot of lotus tea and transfer to a jug. Stir in a spoonful of delicious raw honey to sweeten and place in the fridge to chill. When cool, serve in glasses over ice. You could even try garnishing with fruit.
Caffeine free, refreshing and with a delicate taste, this natural tea is a wonderful and healthy alternative to the canned drinks on offer in the supermarkets.
Enjoy in the garden, with family and friends.
Quality of teas
There are no good or bad teas, it is a personal taste, bitter, sweet, strong, mellow. It’s endless.
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During this warm weather it is a perfect time for you to try different drinks and foods to stay healthy and enjoy a great summer.
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