It's nice to have an arsenal of unique and refreshing beverage recipes - plain old lemonade and iced tea are delicious, of course, but it's so much more fun to spend all summer drinking a wider variety of ice-cold herbal drinks.
This tea tastes a lot like a fruit punch. It’s also high in vitamin C, thanks to to the hibiscus and rosehips.
You can change the amount of honey to your taste, and although this tea tastes AMAZING with lemon, it is optional and tastes great without it. This tea also makes great popsicles when frozen!
Rosehip Hibiscus Iced Tea Recipe
4 Tablespoons of Rosehips
4 Tablespoons of Hibiscus
½ cup of Honey
Bring 3-4 cups of water to a boil.
While water is boiling, add hibiscus and rosehips to a tea strainer or reusable mesh tea bag.
Once water is nearly boiling, pour over tea leaves and let steep for 15 minutes.
Pour the tea into a large carafe or pitcher. Add in honey and juice from lemons.
Add several cups of ice to your warm tea and allow to cool.