Radiance Iced Tea

Radiance Iced Tea

If you’re a tea lover like me, then you’ll appreciate this Radiance Iced Tea recipe. It couldn’t be simpler to make, and although it may take more time (it’s got to cool down!) than your normal warm cup of tea, it is definitely worth the wait.

This wonderfully fresh alternative is great for the hot summer weather we are having at the moment which slightly taints a hot drink for me.

Radiance Iced Tea

Radiance Iced Tea

Tea is the answer to every question, we have all been there with a friend or loved one: we offer a cup of tea as a sign of love, compassion and as a healer. The comfort we receive in a mug shared with a companion is incomparable, and as Brits, we know the true value of tea like no other nation.

This Radiance Iced Tea makes the best out of these gorgeously pink tea pyramids flavoured with rosehip, aloe vera and hibiscus. The smell as the tea draws is beautiful – wonderfully light and refreshing – and the deep red rosehips add a glowing red colour to the drink.

To make my Radiance Iced Tea, I use just boiled kettle water and allow the tea to cool before enjoying. Alternatively, you can allow the tea pyramids to draw in cool water although you will need to leave the tea in for several hours (4 minimum).

Radiance Iced Tea

Radiance Iced Tea

However you choose to make this Radiance Iced Tea, you’ll be sure to glow afterwards.

Radiance Iced Tea
Makes 1 litre jug

1 litre just boiled water
3 x Radiance Rosehip, Aloe Vera and Hibiscus tea pyramids
To serve:
Fresh mint leaves
Strawberries, sliced
Ice cubes


  1. Pour the just boiled water over the tea pyramids and leave to draw for 10 minutes. Remove the tea pyramids and allow to cool fully – you can place the jug in the fridge to speed up the process.

  2. To serve, fill each glass and add in some ice cubes, a few strawberry slices and some fresh mint leaves. Enjoy cold.

Are you an iced tea lover? Please do share your thoughts and creations with me, by tagging me on social media or leave a comment below. I’m @nourishing.amy on Instagram and use the hashtag #nourishingamy.

Radiance Iced Tea

Radiance Iced Tea

For this recipe, I use Aduna Radiance Rosehip, Aloe Vera and Hibiscus tea pyramids and love their natural flavour. This post is not sponsored and all opinions are my own. If you want to see their full range of beautiful teas, please check out their website.

3 thoughts on “Radiance Iced Tea

  1. sophielol says:

    Looks so refreshing your ice tea recipe using Aduna Teas. Their website look awesome with their large array of fresh teas on offer, I am a tea lover!! Although my mum has said that she has tried ice tea before but how could I miss out on IT?? It looks heavenly. Are the rosehip tea bags that you used in your Ice tea recipe are they decaf? Hopefully they are? as I would love to try and make it will definitely cool me down in this heatwave we are having. Thanks for of course showing me more of your foodie inspiration. I have voted for you once again in your Health bloggers Community Awards online. Hopefully I was able to vote twice. 😊x🍓🍓

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.