Jingle rooibos, drinks for christmas

Posted on November 21, 2016 by Chris Haydon | 0 Comments

For kids’ and the rest of us there's plenty to discover with this delicious herbal tea. Whether your after summer-heat-beating treat, lengthening a summer spirit or just after a natural sip. 
Totally caffeine-free, high in antioxidants and minerals, Rooibos has an earthy base with a dash of sweet berries, cedar and a clean citrus tang aftertaste. To enhance the delicious dark red infusion, we’ve added strawberry, raspberry, mango, lemon peel, orange granules and rose petals.

Enjoy the versatility of Jingle Rooibos, there's a party of drink recipes to dive into.

GETTING STARTED - MAKING ICED JINGLE ROOIBOS
When you make iced tea we recommend that you double if not triple the ratio of tea to water.  For one cup of iced Jingle Rooibos place 2 - 3 tsp of JR in one cup (250ml) of boiling water, steep for 4 - 5 mins & place in fridge till chilled. For larger amounts just multiply the amounts, easy.


JINGLE ROOIBOS SPIDER
Simply put equal amounts of iced JR & natural sparkling mineral water.
Add some fresh strawberries and raspberries & last but not least – a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and watch it bubble away.
The kids will be lining up for another.



JINGLE ROOIBOS SPRITZ
Take a highball style glass add a generous amount of ice, a small handful of freshly torn mint, the juice of a quarter of a lemon, a wedge of lemon to the glass too, then fill the glass half way with iced JR & then add sparkling mineral water.
This is a very refreshing drink made from fresh ingredients & the goodness of Rooibos that will have you coming back for more.

 


COINTREAU JINGLE ROOIBOS
Equal shots of Cointreau and Iced Jingle Rooibos on ice.
The orange base of the Cointreau liqueur compliments nicely with JR ingredients.


PROSECCO JINGLE ROOIBOS 
Simply fill your glass half with Prosecco & half with iced Jingle Rooibos.
So you are only drinking half the alcohol and the addition of the JR makes a creamier & softer drink.  Why not have another one.

 

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