Cream Soda Tea
Our cream soda tea is a positively delicious remake of an American classic! This simple blend combines green rooibos tea with vanilla for a delightful treat. To make an all-natural soda, the tea can be brewed into a simple syrup and served with soda water. This DIY version of a nostalgic treat is sure to be appreciated by any cream soda lovers! These are huge sachets, capable of brewing 1 gallon of tea each! For a more intense flavor brew with 1/2 a gallon of water.
Caffeine Level: None
For hot tea, brew 1 full teaspoon of cream soda tea per 6-8 ounces of water. Place tea in a filter or strainer and let it steep in hot water for 3-4 minutes.
For iced tea, brew 2 full teaspoons of cream soda tea per 6-8 ounces of water. Place tea in a filter or strainer and let it steep in hot water for 3-4 minutes. Remove the loose leaf tea and let it sit awhile to cool. Refrigerate until cold, add ice, and serve!
To make tea soda, first prepare a simple syrup by simmering 1 cup of sugar in 1 cup of water until sugar is melted, stirring constantly. Brew tea in simple syrup (one .5 oz sachet per quarter gallon simple syrup) for 90-120 minutes, agitating occasionally. Strain out tea. Chill. Add sparkling water to taste or 1 oz per 6-8 oz soda water.
Excellent.K., Santa Maria, CA
Smells great, wish it tasted more like cream soda... Tastes more like typical tea.. still good thoughnichole, Northford, CT
Wonderful tea! I am not sure it tastes like cream soda, but it is smooth and refreshing herbal tea. I like to mix it with vanilla honeybush tea.Karen, Sidney, OH
WOW! This is one truly delicious amazing tea! And yes, it really does taste like my favorite creme soda. I will definitely be ordering more of this tasty tea, my only wish is that it came in single sachets. But either way I do not want to be without it.Nancy, Cincinnati, OH
Green Rooibos, Vanilla Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: United States