Thursday, July 7, 2011

Tea Sangria recipe from The Urban Tea Merchant

You may know various recipe spinoffs of the Spanish/Portuguese sangria. Here's an interesting non-alcoholic one from The Urban Tea Merchant, available in-store on free, handy postcards.
No space in the fridge for everything? You can enjoy it in-store for a limited time.

  1. Place 8 teaspoons of tea leaves into a cotton filter or envelope and place into a 1 litre glass jug. Suggested teas are:
    • Alfonso (black tea with rare mango and flowers)
    • Number 4 (green tea with cherry blossoms and pomegranate)
    • Jade of Africa (rooibos with red berries and sunflower petals)
  2. Add 3 cups of filtered water (cold or room temperature), 1 cup of white grape juice, and 3 tablespoons of fruit syrup.
  3. Place jug into refrigerator and allow to steep for at least 2 hours.
  4. Remove tea leaves and add fresh fruit (sliced apples, oranges, strawberries, and peaches).
  5. Pour into tall glasses and garnish with orange slices. Enjoy!

tea sangria postcard (front)

tea sangria postcard (back)

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