If you love a good kick in the mouth of delicious fruity flavors, then this Superfruit by TeaPigs is for you! Made with cranberries, blueberries, hibiscus, raisin, and black currants - this is one of the most flavorful fruit teas I have ever tasted!
I used my tea temples for iced tea and sipped on these twice per bag with great flavor each time!
Recommended tea steep is for 3-5 minutes with boiling water. I let mine cool and then added ice!
I rate this delicious fruit tea a 5 out of 5 stars!
I have really been enjoying these iced teas by Argo. You can find them at a few different convenience stores. I've found them at Kum & Go, Kangaroo and a few locally owned gas stations.
The packaging for the tea is fantastic - the glass bottle is re-usable and makes for a great water bottle and/or tea tumbler. I have about 5 or 6 that I can refill throughout the day.
Onto the tea, this one is very tangy. The title gives away the play on a Mojito with sugar cane and lime sweetness. The Mojitea has been my favorite Argo Tea thus far.
I rate this tangy iced tea a 5 out of 5 stars!
Step One: Make Your Tea (use any blend you want!) Let cool.
Step Two: Get your ingredients together!
Step Three: Make Your Tea Only Pops FIRST!
Tip: Use the larger chunks of fruit to fill the popsicle molds first then pour tea over. If your fruit still floats then put a few pieces in with tea slightly freeze to firm it up then add rest on top to make sure fruit is throughout.
Step Four: Make Your Cream & Fruit Blend with Tea.
Tip: I blended it all together in a small Black & Decker mixer/chopper. Don't let this sit too long - you don't want the cream and tea to separate. Blend completely smooth or leave it kind of chunky.
Step Five: Fill 'em up and mix and add ingredients as you go!
Step Six: Enjoy those delicious, no sugar added tea popsicles!
Tip: Submerge the mold in hot water for a few seconds to loosen the outside layer of the popsicle so you don't break it when you pull it out and it makes it easier to remove.