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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 lemonade12 fresh raspberries1 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.   High-res

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.

Here at Stash Tea, we’re welcoming summer with open arms.  Whether you’re admiring the summer weather through your office window or digging your toes into the warm sand, iced tea is a simple and delicious refreshment. There are 2 basic ways to brew iced tea:
THE HOT METHODStep 1: Use 2 tsp. loose tea or 2 tea bags for every 8 oz. of water.
Step 2: Bring half the water to a boil and pour into your pitcher or glass. Let the tea steep for 3 to 5 minutes.
Step 3: Take out the tea leaves or bags and pour in the remaining water.
Step 4: Chill in the fridge or serve over ice.
THE COLD METHODStep 1: Use 2 tsp. loose tea or 2 tea bags for every 8 oz. of water.
Step 2: Pour the water over your leaves.
Step 3: Leave the tea to steep in your fridge for 3 to 8 hours, depending on how strong you want it.
Step 4: Pour tea over ice and serve.
While we love a traditional glass of black iced tea, we also enjoy a variety of flavors all summer long. Moroccan Mint Green Tea, Peach Black Tea, and Wild Raspberry Hibiscus Herbal Tea are among our favorites.   High-res

Here at Stash Tea, we’re welcoming summer with open arms.  Whether you’re admiring the summer weather through your office window or digging your toes into the warm sand, iced tea is a simple and delicious refreshment. There are 2 basic ways to brew iced tea:

THE HOT METHOD

Step 1: Use 2 tsp. loose tea or 2 tea bags for every 8 oz. of water.

Step 2: Bring half the water to a boil and pour into your pitcher or glass. Let the tea steep for 3 to 5 minutes.

Step 3: Take out the tea leaves or bags and pour in the remaining water.

Step 4: Chill in the fridge or serve over ice.

THE COLD METHOD

Step 1: Use 2 tsp. loose tea or 2 tea bags for every 8 oz. of water.

Step 2: Pour the water over your leaves.

Step 3: Leave the tea to steep in your fridge for 3 to 8 hours, depending on how strong you want it.

Step 4: Pour tea over ice and serve.


While we love a traditional glass of black iced tea, we also enjoy a variety of flavors all summer long. Moroccan Mint Green Tea, Peach Black Tea, and Wild Raspberry Hibiscus Herbal Tea are among our favorites.

In case you were wondering how to brew iced tea, we’ve got you covered!

If you’re adding sugar to your tea, you’ll want to use the hot method and add the sugar in Step 2. If the sugar doesn’t completely dissolve, pour the mixture into a saucepan and heat it up on the stove top until it’s all melted.   High-res

In case you were wondering how to brew iced tea, we’ve got you covered!

If you’re adding sugar to your tea, you’ll want to use the hot method and add the sugar in Step 2. If the sugar doesn’t completely dissolve, pour the mixture into a saucepan and heat it up on the stove top until it’s all melted.