To end our #RefuTeaSummerSips (don't cry, it's okay), we are going back to a classic.
When you think of iced tea in the summer, maybe you think of southern sweet tea, or if you're from around here (Michigan), you think of McDonald's large iced tea (extra ice, please). But growing up, my aunt always had raspberry iced tea in the fridge. We'd arrive on a summer day- actually, any season, really- and she'd say, "There's raspberry tea in the fridge!" Ah, I can taste it now.
But here's the thing, Aunt Judy didn't use Black Tea, White Tea, Mango, Rose Hip, Raspberry Pieces, and Rose Petals to make her classic raspberry iced tea. It came in packets. And although it was tasty, there's nothing like RefuTea's perfect blend to add that authentic touch, making it all-the-more delicious (and good for you).
So to end with simplicity as all of life should, we are going to make this one pretty easy on you. It's different and better than just throwing ice in tea, but it isn't so complicated that you'll back away after taking a first glance at the recipe.
Check it out below!
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