How to make a TEA SODAThis is how we make them at Zoomdweebie's
- Brew about 1/3 cup of strong flavored tea like our Cherry Vanilla Cola flavored Black Tea.
- Disolve 1/2 cup sugar into tea.
- Allow to cool or pour over ice.
- Finish with about eight ounces of carbonated water or "sparkling water".
- Stir and enjoy!
We're pushing the envelope again this week! With some bottled beverage manufacturers offering sodas made with tea, we thought we would put a different spin on it and offer a tea flavored with soda! Here's our Cherry Vanilla Cola flavored black tea.
Proving once again that we're not your Aunt Beatrice's tea blender, this blend has real cherries, vanilla bean pieces and all natural cola flavor. It's a great tea for a tea soda, so we're posting our tea soda recipe for those of you who are interested.
The first cola was created by druggist John Pemberton in 1885. He named it Coca-Cola, reportedly after the two crucial ingredients: cocaine and kola nuts. In a sense, Pemberton was a sort of tea blender only he worked with tisanes and carbonated water.
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