This has got to be one of the most refreshing drinks I've tasted in a long time, well in the non alcoholic department at least. It would be hard to compete with my white peach sangria which I have been meaning to blog about for ages and will get round to it someday I promise.
Here, the dash of elderflower cordial adds that little kick of deliciousness to the already very aromatic jasmine tea. These two flavours are made for each other and I would encourage you make a batch and keep it in the fridge, serve it with lunch or even an afternoon snack in the garden.
I used flowering jasmine pearls, but you could use any jasmine flavour tea be it a bag or leaves.
You will need:
- 1 flowering jasmine tea pearl (or 1 jasmine flavoured tea bag)
- a dash of elderflower cordial
- a few blocks of ice
1) Make the tea as you would normally, allow to cool slightly. Pour a dash of elderflower cordial in each glass or in the tea pot (to taste) depends how sweet you like it. Pour the tea over ice into the individual glasses.