Hibiscus Tea Cooler

Happy Friday!

We’ve been anxiously awaiting this day since we’ve been in decompression mode from the last Conscious Cleanse. And now we’re ready to celebrate!

Who’s ready for a Conscious Cocktail?

Hibiscus Tea Cooler Conscious Cleanse If you’ve just finished the last Conscious Cleanse, it’s likely that you’re ready for a drink too!

But how do you stay vibrant and have a good stiff drink too?

You drink a Conscious Cocktail, that’s how!

Living the Conscious Cleanse as a lifestyle doesn’t mean living a mundane existence! It simply means we bring the same consciousness and awareness to our indulgences as we do our health food!

Ready to join us?

To get started, the first step is to sign up for our 80:20 Lifestyle Plan. The second step is to try out our Hibiscus Tea Cooler below.

 

It may technically be fall but the thermostat is reading a balmy 81 degrees today! And any excuse for holding on to summer sounds good to us.

The blend of hydrating organic hibiscus tea mixed with hints of citrusy lemon-lime makes this Hibiscus Tea Cooler a total home run! Plus you get the added health benefits of extra vitamin C and antioxidants, making it a detox-retox win-win!

Can you have your health and refreshing stiff drink too?

Yes you can!

Check out the recipe below and for more great-tasting alternatives to some of life’s greatest indulgences, be sure to join our 80:20 Lifestyle Plan today!

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Hibiscus Tea Cooler

Yield: 4 cocktails

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups water
  • 4 tsp. loose leaf hibiscus tea*
  • 1 cup maple syrup
  • 2 TB. lemon juice
  • 1 TB. lime juice
  • 1 cup vodka, chilled
  • 1 cup ice

*Our favorite Hibiscus Tea comes from The Tea Spot.

Instructions:

In a medium saucepan, combine water, hibiscus tea bags and maple syrup over medium-high heat. Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring occasionally, until the maple syrup has dissolved.

Allow the mixture to cool for 25 minutes, then add lemon juice, lime juice and vodka.

In a tall glass pitcher filled with ice, strain the hibiscus tea cocktail into the pitcher and discard the flowers. Refrigerate until ready to use.

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