Our favourite hot drink can be enjoyed not only brewed with a little milk, cream or rock sugar – it’s also great in its many chilled variations. Iced tea was invented rather out of necessity.
The summer of 1904 was so hot that in the US that they had no need for tea. So the Englishman Richard Blechynden cooled the hot tea with lead pipes and unintentionally invented a soft drink which is still very popular today – iced tea.
And we’re still benefiting from his discovery today – and not just on hot days. The tea in our product range
can be used in even more ways, too.
How about a Teaquito? The cocktail consists of peppermint tea and is supplemented with cane sugar, lime and ice cubes – it’s super refreshing and much healthier than the alcohol-based version.
Tea can also be enjoyed as a smoothie or frappé. Together with fresh fruit and ice, it becomes something very special. Coconut milk gives green tea an Eastern taste and with some ginger, as for example in our Ice Tea Asian Sun, your favourite tea gets an exciting note.