An ice tea, please!

Our first culinary article on the Box Evidence blog! If you’re reading this, you are definitely interested in our products which, until now, were “secrets” from the summer box! We will finally reveal…this month’s sweets

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The blue-green Oolong ice tea, with citrus fruits, from Aromandise

What could suit a summer box better than an ice tea?

This is the ideal drink for the whole family. It can be served at any time. It’s a refreshing pleasant drink, from morning to evening. It’s a tasty replacement for sodas and other refreshing drinks such as all prepared “ice teas”, which are often too high in sugar and additives.

Aromandise offers high-quality teas, associated with essential oil crystals, which give them a delicious new flavor. There’s a subtle balance between the green flowery notes, woody and smoked, and the cloud of citrus fruits. What more can you wish for?

Instructions of use

It’s very easy to prepare. All you need to do is to place one bag in a pitcher, add 1.5 liters of fresh water and let it infuse overnight (8h) in the fridge. That’s it!

You could also put the bag (without its label) in your favorite mineral water bottle and take it with you everywhere.

You may also add sugar or vary the water quantity from 1 to 2 liters, according to your taste: light or strong.

Each box contains 10 single pyramid bags, enough for preparing 15 liters of this fresh drink.

 

 

For the hot days of this summer, choose chilled ice tea !

All you need to do is add ice cubes or crushed ice in your glass, just before drinking it. The refreshing effect is guaranteed!

Treat yourself!

For the small green touch, the bags and the wrappings are recyclable, as they are made from vegetable cellulose.

See you soon, and have a nice summer☼

Ingredients: Young dried tea sprouts, alternatively rolled up and oxidized. Camellia sinensis tea leaves*88%, essential oil crystals with citrus fruit notes*12% (Citrus reticulata, Citrus aurantium ssp bergamia, Citrus limonia, Citrus aurantium sinensis; zest)

Source: https://www.aromandise.com/