We’ve put together a free online magazine of refreshing tea recipes and fun DIY projects to spice up your summer! Read it here.
If you’re craving a fun, fizzy drink to tickle your nose and refresh you, you’ll be delighted with our Green Tea Spritzer!Read More
Our Berry Black Cocktail is a quick ‘n’ easy Happy Hour treat!
1 English Breakfast tea bag
1/2 cup hot water
1/2 cup sugar
3 large strawberries
2 ounces vodka
Steep the black tea bag in the hot water for five minutes. Remove the tea bag, pour the tea into a small saucepan, and add sugar. Warm over medium-high heat until the sugar has completely dissolved, stirring occasionally. Set aside to cool.
Add the strawberries and juice of the oranges into a blender and pulse until smooth. You can choose to strain the purée through a fine mesh sieve or use as is.
Fill a cocktail shaker two-thirds full with ice. Add 1 ounce of the sweetened black tea, 3 ounces of fruit purée and 2 ounces vodka. Shake for 15 seconds, until ice-cold. Serve immediately.
Find more recipes in our free summer recipe book, Ice Days Ahead!
This summer, we’re all about dressing up our favorite iced teas with flavored ice cubes. These decorative lemonade ice cubes create a slow-melt Arnold Palmer (iced tea & lemonade) without diluting your tea! The recipe is so simple, we wish we had heard of it sooner!
Here’s what you’ll need:
2 c. fresh lemonade
12 fresh raspberries
1 qt. of your favorite Stash Iced Tea
Step 1: In an empty ice cube tray, place one fresh raspberry into each compartment.
Step 2: Fill each compartment half way with fresh lemonade and let freeze for about 2 hours.
Step 3: Once frozen, fill each compartment completely with lemonade and freeze until completely solid.
Step 4: Add to a glass of Stash iced tea and enjoy! Excellent with English Breakfast Black Tea, Tropical Fruit Iced Tea, or Wild Raspberry Hibiscus Herbal Tea.
*For a fun twist, we recommend making the ice cubes with raspberry or pink lemonade.
DIY your own drink parasols! These fun umbrellas won’t keep your iced drinks cold, but they make a great added feature to any summer party!
Glue or tape
Our parasol patterns
Cut your wooden skewers to a couple of inches longer than the height of your drinking glasses.
Download and print our umbrella designs onto plain white paper. Cut them out with scissors, then cut along the dotted line.
Create a cone by slightly overlapping the edges; secure using a glue stick or tape underneath. Poke a skewer through the underside of the cone’s point and place inside your cup.
This bright-colored smoothie makes a quick and easy breakfast!
Our Pomegranate Green Tea Spritzer is refreshingly sweet and tart—the perfect drink for sitting outside on warm summer nights!
Our new artisan loose tea blends use large, gorgeous pieces of whole fruit and flavors to make you a rich and tasty cup of tea!