Infusing Vinegar With Tea

One can infuse vinegar with tea to make delicious salad dressings. Warm up 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar or balsamic vinegar just until boiling. Remove from heat and stir in 2 Tbsp. of tea of your choice. Steep until cool. Strain out the tea and whisk in the remaining ingredients in your salad dressing recipe. Good quality plain teas like Fog Mountain Green or an Oolong Tea will add great flavour.

Light and Creamy Matcha Salad Dressing Recipe

Kick your next salad up with a dollop of Light and Creamy #GreenTea Salad 🥗 Dressing. Here we used our culinary matcha, fresh basil, parsley, green onions, avocado and a dash of apple cider vinegar and lemon for that creamy green goodness! Perfect for a leafy salad or veggie dip!

Rooibos Chai Latte

1 cup Almond or Soy Milk Beverage 1/2 cup triple strength Toffee & Coffee Rooibos or Yerba Mate Chocolate Cappuccino cooled to room temperature 1/2 tsp. Rooibos Chai Latte (optional)
 3-4 ice cubes Place all ingredients in blender and blend till smooth. Serves one.
 Can also be blended without the ice cubes and poured over a glass of ice.

Iced Tea Float Drink Recipe

1 1/2 cups Basic 
Ice Tea (see below) 1 scoop Vanilla
Ice Cream Pour tea into a glass half filled with ice. Top with a large scoop of ice cream and serve immediately. Basic Ice Tea: 4 cups hot water (use steeping temperature for tea of choice)
3 tbsp. loose leaf tea Pour hot water over tea in a heatproof container and steep covered for time appropriate for tea of your choice. Strain into a pitcher, discard the leaves and let cool to room temperature. Once cool refrigerate or serve over glasses filled with ice. Serve with a touch of sweetener if …

Tea for Hydration: The Fact

By: World Tea News | January 20, 2014 Think like your body does! For a cold drink. Stomach says! “Hey, you have just given me an iced cold beverage.” So to keep my correct overall body temperature please WARM me up! For a hot drink. Stomach says! “Hey, you have just given me a hot […]

THINKING ABOUT ICED TEA

Those hot, sticky, summer days will be upon us (but hey, it beats a blizzard!) and every day at Distinctly Tea, we get questions about making refreshing iced tea for a cool treat. Recipes for iced tea appeared as early as the 1800s in American and British cookbooks, typically using green tea and spiking them […]