4 Iced Tea & Organic Blue Agave Combos

As we move into March, the first signs of spring are starting to appear in some areas of the country. Here in Southern California, temperatures are climbing back up into the 60s and our thoughts are starting to turn more and more to surf and sand.

Amoretti Organolicious Blood Orange Flavored Blue Agave Nectar

Amoretti Organolicious Blood Orange Flavored Blue Agave Nectar

As we get ready for spring (and then summer), we’ve been working on four simple iced tea recipes that use our organic blue agave nectars for a little sweetening. (It’s important to note that the blue agave nectar in these bottles is organic, but the entire production process is not yet organic.)

Green Tea With Blood Orange

Add 1 tsp of Amoretti Organolicious Blood Orange Flavored Blue Agave Nectar to 8 ounces of iced green tea. Squeeze a little lemon into your iced tea, and enjoy a cool and refreshing iced green tea – perfect for a late afternoon pick-me-up.

Amoretti Organolicious Caramel Flavored Blue Agave Nectar

Amoretti Organolicious Caramel Flavored Blue Agave Nectar

Black Tea With Caramel

Add 1 tsp of Amoretti Organolicious Caramel Flavored Blue Agave Nectar to 8 ounces of iced black tea. If you want to sweeten this “recipe” up a little bit (which we would recommend), you can easily do so by adding half a tablespoon of honey.

Earl Gray With Hazelnut

Add 1 tsp of Amoretti Organolicious Hazelnut Flavored Blue Agave Nectar to 8 ounces of iced earl gray tea. We don’t often drink earl gray iced, but when we do, our hazelnut organic blue agave nectar is our number one choice amongst sweeteners. Hazelnut offers a nice warmth and roundness to earl gray tea that’s hard to find in other sweeteners. A dash of cream can really make this a spectacular way to start the morning – especially on warm spring days.

Herbal Tea With Flavorless Blue Agave

Add 1 tsp of Amoretti Organolicious Premium Blue Agave Nectar to 8 ounces of iced herbal tea of your choice. While we like some herbal teas without any sweetener, most can stand to use just a little kick of sweetness. Though this organic blue agave nectar is technically “flavorless,” many people find agave to have a slight flavor of its own. Unless you’re a total tea purist, we think you won’t mind!

Have a Favorite?

Are you particularly struck by one of these interesting drink syrups or recipes? If so, then we’d love to know about it! Drop us a line over at the Official Amoretti Facebook page, and we’ll be sure to touch base!

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