Iced Tea Lemonade

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Recipe to make Iced Tea Lemonade

In a 16 ounce glass mix 12 ounces of iced tea with the juice of a half of a lemon (black tea works great, but you can experiment with herbals and flavored teas as well. Some of our favorites are made with Black Mango Tea or Ayurvedic Pitta Tea.) Warm 2 Tbs of honey and stir into tea/ lemon mix (10 seconds in the microwave works great). Pour mixture over ice and serve with a lemon wedge. Try a rock sugar rim for a sweet addition!

Tips for making iced tea: Brew your tea twice as strong if you are brewing it to be iced. For one serving of iced tea, use 2 TBS of loose-leaf tea to make your infusion. For a pitcher of iced-tea, use a half cup of loose-leaf tea.

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LP’s Tea Picks of the Week!

Spicy Cranberry w/ Black Mango
Spicy Cranberry w/ Black Mango

This week LP has chosen a splendid blend of herbal spicy cranberry and a black tea infused with mango.  This blend you are sure to FALL in love with!  It has a sweet and soothing taste with a kick of cinnamon.  Also, we are introducing for the first time APPLE PIE CHAI!  A steamed blend of traditional chai, apple cider, and caramel topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a whole lot of love.  Enjoy these in our teahouse, in our spa with a nice relaxing soak and massage, or to go for a crisp walk about town.

LP’s Tea Pick of the Week: Pitta herbal tea with Jasmine Pearls!

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We have been brewing up this concoction all week and serving samples in the tea-house!
Jasmine Pearls is a Chinese green tea infused with heat and jasmine blossoms, then hand rolled into small pearls. Pitta is an Ayurvedic herbal tea, made with rose petals, hibiscus, chamomile, and peppermint. It is a soothing, calming tea and has a sweet, floral flavor. These two teas blended together have a wonderfully fragrant aroma and a delicious flavor with a variety of floral notes.

Ever have trouble getting to sleep?

cham lav

Why not try a cup of chamomile lavender tea?  Both chamomile and lavender have been widely used to promote sleep and relaxation.  As a combined infusion, these herbs have a calming effect that may help the restless night-owl wind down. As with other herbal teas, it is caffeine free.  Its sweet floral taste is appealing to both children and adults.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamomile
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavandula