It's Not to Late in Summer for Peach Lemonade Green Tea
|Posted by asad1775 on September 8, 2019 at 9:05 AM|
Since Labor Day has just come and gone, you may already have your sights set on the drinks of Fall. Between apple cider, pumpkin-spiced lattes and well, actually pumpkin-spiced everything… the horizon is full of seasonal specialties to delight your taste buds in every possible way. But before you get too obsessed with Pumpkin Spice Latte’s at your local cafe or too busy visiting orchards, there’s still time to enjoy the fruits of summer, all wrapped up for you in Peach Lemonade Green Tea.
Why Am I Recommending this Amazing Tea?
I love to rave about the different teas out there and in summer, a cool glass of iced tea is part of my daily routine. But here are some specific reasons to try this particular blend:
Taste. If you’ve ever enjoyed a peach when it was at its peak of ripeness, this will give you a clue as to why this tea is at the top of my list of summertime green teas.
It’s actually a magical blend of all kinds of flavors. One refreshing sip will make you think of peaches but the list of ingredients will show that there’s a surprising array of flavors packed into each cup. One of them is dried lemon (hence the “lemonade” component of the blend).
Again, Taste. Again, it’s all about the taste. Most of the homemade peach iced tea recipes out there call for lemonade. The reason is that the lemon balances the sweet tastes of other fruits. This is why the taste of the Mad Hatter Peach Lemonade Green is so rich, vibrant, and complex – just like a fine wine!
Natural ingredients. One more look at the list of ingredients and you’ll feel even better about the tea, knowing that it’s made with natural ingredients. In fact, the only ingredients besides green tea are dried fruit, leaves, and a bit of natural flavorings.
Green tea. As you probably know, there are a lot of health benefits that come from drinking green tea.
Convenience. As I mentioned, there are many recipes for making this kind of tea from scratch. But what I didn’t mention was how much work it takes to make homemade fruited tea! You’d have to peel and chop the peaches and other fruit, juice the citrus fruit, strain the pulp, make some simple syrup, and more. With my tea, all you have to do is boil water and steep!
Mad Hatter Peach Lemonade Green Tea combines the goodness of green tea with the fruity, refreshing pleasures of summer – it’s never too late in the season to brew yourself a tall pitcher and keep on enjoying those summer vibes