Once you have made it through the morning rush, whether it be taking the kids to school/daycare or making it through the morning traffic on the way to work, give yourself an iced tea moment and let it go – let the stress and rush of the morning wash away and not bother starburst 3you anymore 🙂 Enjoy the refreshing sips of iced tea topped with your favourite fruit cubes.

Libre glasses are great for moms on the go, prep your favourite tea at night, wait until its room temperature and put in the fridge. In the morning grab your Libre out of the fridge, add a few Fruit Cubes on the way out the door. The Libre 9oz fits into car cup holders and both the 9oz and 14oz fit in stroller cup holders.

Frozen Fruit Cube Ideas – fill ice cube trays with blueberries, raspberries, grapes, strawberries, or slices of peaches, melons or citrus. Then top up with water and freeze. Once frozen store in freezer bags until needed. You can also freeze your favourite herbs the same way.

This week we have a special giveaway – 1 tin of Organic Jasmine Silver Needle (1 oz.) from Boutique Teas ($25 value) – perfect for hot or cold infusions.

tiffany - white jasmine Here we have a cold brew Organic Jasmine Silver Needles white tea that was steeped overnight in the fridge. Put 1 tablespoon of tea in your Libre Tea glass and pour cool filtered water over the leaves. Place Libre Tea glass in the fridge before bed. Grab your refreshing iced organic jasmine silver needles tea in the morning. Enjoy the sweet jasmine aroma and flavor.

This organic jasmine silver needles is hand plucked and traditionally scented with fresh jasmine flowers. A special treat for jasmine and white tea lovers.

 

What fruits/herbs would you use to make Frozen Cubes for your iced tea?

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Comments (21)

  1. Mary Bearden

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    I think either lemon, lime or even orange slices would be pretty awesome. I would like to experiment with mangoes and papaya also!

  2. Amanda Alvarado

    Reply

    I’d use blueberries and strawberries, maybe some watermelon ones too!

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