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One day, I infused some flower teas and they were so full of flavor that they could easily be steeped another time. However, I was in a hurry, so I came with the idea to freeze the flowers in tea cubes to cool my drinks later. That's we got this idea of making herbal tea cubes a.k.a T-cubes!

Get a refreshing drink by making these delicious herbal ice cubes yourself! Great for some summer fun :)

Recommended Herbs

All kinds of herbs that taste delicious when infused with water can be great. We can highly suggest one of the following:

Step 1: Freeze!

To make your own herbal T-cubes. Simply fill your ice cube tray with water at room temperature. Then drop a piece of your preserved herbs in each individual compartment.

Notes:

  • Make absolutely sure your ice cube tray is completely clean, any bad odors left could affect the flavor of the drinks you want to cool with these cubes.
  • The herbs might float on the water at first, so let them slowly absorb the water until it sinks to the bottom, before you put them in the freezer.

Step 2: Serve!

Once you've the T-cubes are ready you can now use them to serve! Here's a few ways you can use them:

  1. Serve in just plain water: the T-cubes will not only keep your water cool, but also add some additional flavor.
  2. Serve in hot water: the T-cubes will cool down your water and release a bit more flavor compared to the first option.
  3. Serve in tea: simply brew some tea and turn it into a iced tea with these T-cubes. In addition, it will add some additional aroma and flavor to your tea!
<p>Wow! This looks really original and i will definately try this! Well done!</p>
<p>Thanks I'm glad you like it. What herbs will you use?</p>

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