How To - Green & Roasted Rice & Grape Iced Tea
For simplest iced teas, we recommend cold brewing our teas, but if you want to take it up a notch and make an iced tea for a special occasion (or offer it as an alternative to a cocktail), here is a recipe for one of the most loved summer drinks at the tea room.
You will need:
To make Grape Cordial:
Wash white grapes with baking soda
Blend the grapes using a blender
Filter out the juice
Measure the juice (in ml/gram)
Mix the juice with equal amounts of caster sugar (e.g. for 100ml of grape juice, use 100g of caster sugar)
Boil in low heat until all the sugar is dissolved.
You can keep the cordial for 2 weeks at a time
To create a nice layer of colours in the glass when serving, put a couple of ice cubes to a glass, and add in the order of grape cordial, lemon juice, cold brewed tea and soda water at the end.