Iced Raspberry Nectar
Steep for 5 minutes or longer, 95-100°C.
Flash chill by pouring over ice.
Did You Know?
Hibiscus tea is made from the sepals (leaf-like flower parts that are separate from the petals) of the hibiscus flower. Drunk throughout the world, karkade, flor de jamaica, Jamaica, roselle and sorrel are just some of the names for hot or iced hibiscus teas.
Raspberries are in ellagic acid, a phenolic compound that may help prevent cancer, inhibit the growth of cancer cells and stop the growth of some cancers.
1 Raspberry Nectar Tea-Over-Ice Infuser
2 tsp sugar
fresh raspberries (opional garnish)
Small top pitcher
- Add Raspberry-Nectar Tea-Over-Ice infuser and fill with heated water
- Add 2 tsp of sugar
- Steep for 6-7 minutes and stir well
Large bottom pitcher
- Fill with ice
- Squeeze juice from 1/2 lime into ice-filled bottom pitcher
- Pour contents of small pitcher into bottom pitcher
- Cut remaining 1/2 lime into wheels for garnish.
- Serve in tall iced-filled glass and garnish with lime wedge and raspberries.
Makes 2-3 servings