Orange Blossom Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea Mocktail

Orange Blossom Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea Mocktail @themerrythought Manda and I are back from a quick weekend trip up to Portland, Maine. (You can check over on IG for a few shots from the weekend – @caitlinsheree @mandamooie.) It’s been a crazy few weeks for us around here and we’re looking forward to finally getting back into our little routine here on the blog – we’ve got a lot of exciting posts coming up!

For our second edition of Mocktail Monday, we’re sharing this refreshing tea-based drink featuring orange blossom & hibiscus (because it’s floral mocktail month!) This drink is the perfect thing to whip up for all the tea-loving dads this Sunday!
Orange Blossom Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea Mocktail @themerrythoughtOrange Blossom Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea Mocktail

1/2 cup Cold Brew Orange Blossom Hibiscus Tea (*Instructions below)
3 tbsp Fresh Orange Juice
1/2 tbsp Simple Syrup or Agave Nectar
Polar Orange Dry Soda

Combine the tea, orange juice, and sweetener and stir until mixed. Fill a glass half full of ice and add the mixture. Top off with orange dry soda. Garnish with an orange wedge or a flower.

*To make the cold brew tea I filled a mason jar with cold water, added three tea bags to the water and let it soak in the fridge overnight. (You can use loose leaf tea and strain it afterwards, I just didn’t have any on hand.)
Orange Blossom Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea Mocktail @themerrythoughtxo. Caitlin

  • JenniMonday, June 9, 2014 - 2:21 pm

    This looks absolutely delicious! Yum.ReplyCancel

  • HacerTuesday, June 10, 2014 - 3:55 pm

    This glass is like a reflection of spring, as a foodphotographer, I can say this one deserves applause:)ReplyCancel

  • Ana LyzaSaturday, April 23, 2016 - 11:40 am

    Thanks for designing a recipe site that makes sense: recipe AT THE TOP, rather than after alot of commentary someone has to wade thru when they often don’t have time and are looking to start a project instantly. Don’t know why more bloggers don’t get this. Everybody doesn’t have time for a travlogue. THANK YOU.ReplyCancel

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