Sunday, May 05, 2013

Jardaloo Ice Tea


Well so if you read the previous post and you are back then you are curious about what I did with the water in which the Jardaloo soaked?

In a jar I poured the Jardaloo juice enriched water and topped up with more water to a total of 500ml. I adjusted the sweetness by adding sugar to my taste. Then about 1/2 teaspoon of tea powder and let it steep all night in the fridge.

The next day I had a wonderful Jardaloo iced tea ready for a afternoon sipper. Just strain it before serving. Serves 2 small tumblers or one huge glass. 

Make sure the Ice tea is consumed the next day else the Jardaloo pulp in the tea starts spoiling. While serving you can add slices of lime but don't add lime juice, it does not go well with the steeped Jardaloo juice and tea.

Enjoy!




On a sultry day I chose to sit near the balcony and the natural breeze was much welcome to relieve the heat that the whirring of the fan did not help. The Jardaloo iced tea was perfect!

2 comments:

  1. I like "spiking" my iced tea too, with a splash of orange juice, lemonade, sliced fruits, etc. This is right up my alley, so I must give it a try.

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    1. Orange juice would work may be but somehow lemonade did not, it tasted odd. Hence just the slices to beautify the serving. You try with both and let me know what you think.

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