Which Teas Taste Better Iced?

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Some teas are better iced than others
Choice Organic Teas
Choice Organic Teas

Quality is key when it comes to iced tea.

Some teas ice better than others. Certain flavors like hibiscus, lemongrass and peppermint flavorfully infuse icy waters in the most vivid ways. Since cold temps seem to showcase these flavors much more intensely, the tea's quality has to be uncompromised. Quality is key and these Choice Organic Teas along with their accompanying cubing tips have you covered:

Whole Leaf Organic Chamomile Citrus – Egyptian chamomile flowers matched with orange peel, lemon myrtle, and tart hibiscus kick up a classic favorite. A most invigorating melange of bright citrus with soothing chamomile makes this tisane an excellent caffeine-free summertime option. Cubing: Add lemon or orange zest to the tea before pouring into trays.

Mango Ceylon with Vanilla – Smooth black Ceylon tea blends with juicy mango, and organic Sumatran vanilla. Great for revitalizing throughout the day. Cubing: Add a piece of diced mango to each cube when in the tray before freezing.

Northwest Blackberry – An homage to the blackberries growing wild all around Choice Organic Teas’ hometown Seattle, this caffeine-free herbal infusion includes select herbs and flowers along with these delightfully tart berries. Cubing: Add a fresh or frozen berry to each cube when in the tray before freezing.

Original Green Moroccan Mint – A blend of green tea, crisp peppermint, spearmint, and a hint of lemongrass inspired by Northern African traditions where a cup of mint tea signifies friendship and hospitality. Cubing: Add a mint leaf to each cube when in the tray before freezing.

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