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Plum Ice Tea - MissFoodie

Plum Ice Tea

Posted on Mar 15, 2015 in Drinks, Picnic Inspired

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Plum Ice Tea - Miss Foodie_11

I was browsing through my Thug Kitchen cookbook for some recipe inspiration and stumbled across their Peach Mint Sun Tea. I didn’t have peaches but I did have plums, so I made my own version of Plum Ice Tea. If you make this ice tea when your desired fruit is in peak season, you probably won’t even need to sweeten it at all.

Now I know how simple ice tea can be, I’m going to play around with all sorts of refreshing flavours: strawberry, blueberry perhaps even watermelon! Have a bit of fun with it yourself.

Plum Ice Tea - Miss Foodie_12

Plum Ice Tea
Ditch the sugar loaded Ice Tea brands and enjoy your own 'real fruit' flavoured ice tea at home.
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  1. 4 cups cold water
  2. 4 bags of your favourite black tea
  3. 4 ripe plums, peeled (or not) and chopped into chunks
  4. 2 tablespoons lemon juice (or not)
  5. 5 mint leaves, plus mint sprigs for garnish
  6. 2 tablespoons agave (or 1 tablespoon caster suger)
  7. Ice
  1. Place the water and tea bags in a large container with a lid and leave it to brew in a warm place.
  2. Once the tea has steeped, get to making your drinks. Place plums in a blender with lemon juice, mint and agave. Add the tea and blend until everything is mixed and there isn't any chunks. Taste and add more sweetener if you need it.
  3. Pour over ice and serve with a sprig of mint in each glass.
  1. Other fruits to try: peach, blueberries, rasberries, strawberries, watermelon.
  2. Try green tea instead of black tea.
Adapted from Thug Kitchen
Adapted from Thug Kitchen
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