Pimm’s iced tea

Mix­ing Pimm’s with ice- cold mint & cit­rus tea makes a less sweet (but ev­ery bit as re­fresh­ing) al­ter­na­tive to Pimm’s and lemon­ade.

Easy Cook - - WEEKEND TEA & TREATS -

Makes 1.3 litres Serves 4- 6 Prep 10 mins plus cool­ing No cook

4 tea bags

20g pack mint

100g caster su­gar

2 large or­anges, juiced, plus slices

to serve

2 lemons, juiced, plus slices to serve

400ml Pimm’s No 1 few sliced straw­ber­ries and

plenty of ice, to serve

Put the tea bags and half the mint into a large jug, then pour over 1.2 litres boil­ing wa­ter from the ket­tle. Leave to in­fuse for 10 mins, then re­move the bags and stir in the su­gar. Once cool, re­move the mint, add the or­ange juice, le­mon juice and Pimm’s, and chill thor­oughly. Can be made

up to a day ahead. Serve over plenty of ice, with slices of or­ange, le­mon and straw­berry, and re­main­ing mint sprigs. PER SERV­ING 146 kcals, fat none, sat­u­rates none, carbs 17g, su­gars 17g, fi­bre none, pro­tein 1g, salt none

Turn ice-cold mint & cit­rus tea into a re­fresh­ing tip­ple

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