Starbucks Copycat Recipe | Very Berry Hibiscus Tea Refresher
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If you’re an iced tea lover like I am, try making a homemade version of the popular Starbucks Hibiscus Tea Refresher. It’s currently my favorite summertime drink – and it’s super easy to make a pitcher at home. I love that it uses all-natural ingredients, too!
We created a video to show the process of making this Starbucks inspired tea refresher:
Here are a few tips when making this Starbucks Copycat Drink:
- The tea that I used is Trader Joe’s Red Refresh herbal tea, which is sold for $2.49 per box. It features notes of hibiscus, lemongrass, peppermint, orange peel, and wild cherry bark. If you don’t have a TJ’s near you, then Tazo Passion Tea is a great choice, too!
- I ordered my dried hibiscus flowers from Amazon, but if you’re lucky enough to have a Mexican market near you, you may be able to find them for less there. Look for a product called “Jamaica.”
- Hibiscus leaves are known to lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and they have a rather tart flavor. Adding some berries and sugar can counter that with a subtle sweetness!
- Looking for a spiked version? Try mixing in vodka, tequila, or even sparkling wine with the simple hibiscus syrup from this recipe, and enjoy!
Starbucks Inspired Hibiscus Tea Refresher
This Very Berry Hibiscus Tea Refresher is an easy Starbucks-inspired copycat recipe you can make at home!
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