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Make your own Syrup!

Updated: Apr 23

Creativity has no limits when it comes to making fresh and organic teas. What better way to make your iced tea with fresh organic syrup as well. In some Iced teas recipes, Syrup play a major role in the experience of a good iced tea. If you going to use syrup like some prefer, use good quality fresh organic syrup for your iced tea. Syrup is usually used to heighten the pleasure for taste buds turning it into a refreshing and delicious product. Certain syrups like tea syrups for instance, are great for sweetening the teas without comprising the flavor itself. Below is a couple of simple syrup ideas and recipes:


Ginger Syrup


Ingredients:

8 cm fresh ginger syrup

Fresh juice from 2 lemons

50g white sugar

200ml water

250ml preserving jar


Directions:

Peel and finely chop the ginger. Place the chopped ginger infusion, lemon juice and sugar in a saucepan together with 200ml water and bring it to boil. Let it simmer and stir constantly until the sugar has dissolved. Turn off the hot plate, cover the saucepan and let the syrup stand for 10minutes. Bring to boil again and pour through a strainer into preserving into a preserving jar.




Sugar Syrup


Ingredients:

125g white sugar

125ml water

250ml preserving jar


Directions:

Bring the sugar and 125ml water to the boil, stirring constantly until the sugar has completely dissolved and pour into preserving jar.


Thyme-black tea Syrup


Ingredients:

200ml water

Juice of one lemon

100g sugar

5 Ronnefeldt teavelope Assam or 5 Joy of Tea Royal Assam or 5 Leaf Cup Assam Bari

1 tsp. dried Thyme

½ cinnamon stick

250ml preserving jar



Directions:

In a saucepan, bring 200ml water to boil together with the lemon juice and sugar. Gently simmer while stirring until the sugar has dissolved. Add the assam tea, thyme and cinnamon to taste. Turn off the hotplate, cover the saucepan and let the syrup stand for 3 minutes. Remove other 5 minutes. Bring the mixture to the boil again and pour through a strainer into a preserving jar.

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