4 Earl Grey tea bags
1 bottle Ginger ale
4 tablespoons brown sugar
How to make:
- Put the four teabags in a mug and fill with boiling water.
Leave to brew for 4-5mins.
(You can use plain teabags but the bergamot in the Earl Grey is a delicious touch)
- Remove teabags and add the sugar before placing the mug of tea to cool in the fridge.
- Chop fruit into chunky pieces and place in the jug with plenty of ice cubes.
- When the tea has cooled (you can speed up this process by adding cold water to the mixture) add it to the jug.
- Then add the ginger ale to fill the jug (you can also use lemonade if you don't like ginger, but it gives the tea a real good kick).
- Stir the mixture well, making sure the juices are extracted from the fruit.
- Pour and enjoy on a lovely sunny day out in the garden!
It' nice if you put a piece of fruit in your glass with some ice to keep it fresh.
- If you make a large jug, you can easily bottle your tea and store it in the fridge to drink later.