Make a refreshing, Italian-style TEA SODA with Imperial Earl Grey syrup. It's simple and economical to make, preservative-free and low in calories. Great for kids and adults alike!
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Early Grey Syrup Ingredients
- 4 tbsp. Imperial Earl Grey
- 2 cups boiling water
- 1½ cups sugar
Pour 2 cups boiling water over 4 tbsp. Imperial Earl Grey loose tea. Steep for 5 minutes, and then strain into a saucepan. Add 1½ cups of sugar to the saucepan containing brewed tea. Stir mixture over medium heat until sugar is fully dissolved, and the liquid has a crystal clear appearance. Pour mixture into a heatproof pitcher or jug, and let cool completely.
Tea Soda Ingredients:
- 1 tbsp. Imperial Earl Grey Syrup
- carbonated water
- lemons and limes (for garnish)
To make a TEA SODA, pour 1 tbsp. tea flavoured syrup into a cup and top with sparkling water. Garnish with lemons and limes.
Imperial Earl Grey Syrup can also be used instead of maple syrup for crêpes, pancakes, waffles or other desserts!
Try this recipe with your favourite SILK ROAD teas to make deliciously unique TEA SODAS.