This is a very girly iced tea drink that’s so delicious and a real thirst quencher. If you love herbal tea, this is one for you.
The work really lies in making the cold brew and patience always pays for a full-flavored iced tea, as compared to the quicker method of adding ice to a hot brew.
Rose petal tea tends to get bitter very quickly in hot, boiling water and since it’s also strongly fragranced and flavored, we find it works particularly well as a cold brew.
1 cup water
1 tablespoon of loose rosehip tea
1 teaspoon of loose rose petal tea
1 scoop of Sparkle Collagen with Verisol®
Handful of raspberries
½ cup soda water
Steep the rose petal and rosehip tea leaves in water and leave it in overnight. Make sure you prep a jug so you can make several glasses of this delightful herbal tea mocktail.
The next day, pour the cold brew through a strainer and into a glass. Stir in some Sparkle Collagen, and when it has dissolved, muddle a handful of fresh raspberries and top with some soda water. Add ice and enjoy!