Think Wissotsky for summer iced tea

Think Wissotsky for summer iced tea

Wissotsky Tea has introduced a full line of carefully crafted Simply Nana Teas. Nana Mint is a slightly naturally sweet variety of mentha spicata that’s found only in the Mediterranean region and long has been prized by Israelis, Moroccans, and other Middle Easterners. The exotic North Middle Eastern mint variety adds a refreshing spin in all-natural green, black, and herbal teas, which can be served hot or cold.

Consumers can get “Nana-fied” in a variety of delicious, all-natural ways: Simply Nana — Mint Black, Mint Green, Mint Herbal Lemon, Mint Herbal Ginger, and Mint Herbal Chamomile. Wissotzky is using promotions including digital advertising, shopper marketing, social media, influencer marketing, demos, and a presence on Amazon.

Family-owned since 1849, Wissotzky is known in the world for its superior blends of the highest quality teas and infusions. Every bag of Wissotzky Tea contains 100 percent natural tea and hand-selected herbs and spices for a full-bodied, GMO-free, certified kosher tea drinking experience. It is distributed through Kayco in Bayonne.

Here are a few fun recipes to try.

Nana Mint Iced Green Tea & Honeydew

Green tea pairs perfectly with honeydew melon. The refreshing and invigorating finish of exotic Nana Mint and just a little touch of honey makes this an iced adventure you won’t want to miss.

Brew 2 Nana Mint Green tea bags per 16 ounces of water and let steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove tea bags and let chill in the refrigerator for 3 hours. Dice honeydew and lightly coat with honey. Add to a glass and swirl slightly to release its sweetness. Top with ice and chilled tea and enjoy.

Nana Mint Iced Simply
Black Tea Half & Half Sparkle

Brew two Nana Mint Simply Black tea bags per 16 ounces of water. Let steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Remove tea bags and let chill in the refrigerator for 3 hours. Add lemon slices and fresh mint to a classic highball glass. Fill each glass halfway with chilled tea and top with sparkling lemonade. Garnish with a lemon wedge and fresh mint

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