Springtime Citrus Cooler9 Reviews
- Prep: 5 min
- Cook: 5 min
- Ready In: 10 min
“A springtime and summer favorite in our house, this citrus flavored drink refreshes nicely and serves as a great alternative to tea or water at a brunch.” - by VALKARYN
Original recipe yields 0.5 gallon
- Prepare a strong cup of tea with the Earl Grey, letting the bag steep for 5 minutes. Place the orange slices, sugar, rose water, and tea into a 1/2 gallon pitcher. Fill with cold water, and stir to dissolve the sugar.
Amount Per Serving (8 total)
- 28 cal
- 0 g
- < 1%
- 7.2 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (9)Rate This Recipe
"Like a lot of us, I don't drink enough water and for me that is directly related to the fact that I'm just not a plain water fan. So in an effort to drink more water I've been trying a number of crea..." See moretive ways to flavor it - and this caught my eye. It is mild and delicate enough to drink with meals as you would water, but still has enough flavor and interest to drink in its own right as a refreshing beverage. I only steeped the tea bag for three minutes, not wanting the slightest bit of bitterness, and used Splenda rather than sugar. I found the orange to be a nice contrast to the lemon one would typically expect. The rose water was an interesting and pleasant addition and the one teaspoon was just the right amount. I was happy to find another use for the bottle of it I have in the cupboard! In addition to being delicious, refreshing and a great way to up my water intake, this is quite pretty too, especially served in a clear glass pitcher. No reason at all to limit this "Springtime Citrus Cooler" to springtime. I plan to have this in the fridge regularly!"
"Oh my god. This is good. I expected this to have a stronger flavor when I made it, but I love how subtle the flavors are. And I bet you can make it with less water if you do want a stronger tea. I mad..." See moree it with blood oranges and squeezed a bit of the juice in which gave it a beautiful color. Update--I've made this countless times in the last month, and it's always a hit when I serve it. One thing to watch out for though, don't steep the tea excessively or it leaves a slightly bitter aftertaste."
"I found this recipe because I had a few Earl Grey tea bags to use up. I made it exactly as written, including the optional rose water, and found the results pleasant, but fairly mild-tasting. I've mad..." See moree it twice now. I bought rose water for the first time, just for this recipe, and this recipe is a nice introduction to the flavor. I guess the appeal of this drink is the minimal amount of sugar used, and it relies on the tea and rose flavors a lot more than sweetness. It's nice enough that I'll probably make it once in a while."
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