I was recently contacted by Brita to take part in their Better with Brita campaign. Brita products reduce unwanted substances found in tap water, like chlorine and heavy metals improving the taste and quality of water. This is great for cooking, and Brita have partnered with food magazine Delicious in the launch of their ‘Better with Brita’ competition! Brita and Delicious want to find people who are passionate about good quality food, made with filtered water and quality, local ingredients to participate in their competition. The competition invites people to submit their creations to win a chance to attend The Big Feastival to sell their creations and gain recognition. For more information about the competition, check it out here!Brita sent me a Marella jug to try out, and I decided to make some Thai iced tea with some of the tea I purchased while I was in a market in Cambodia. Thai iced tea is deliciously sweet, with a vibrant orange colour and is perfect for a summer drink, if made with fresh and pure water.
- Thai iced tea leaves
- Condensed milk
- Ice cubes
- Boiled filtered water
- Make the tea using the tea leaves, and set to stand until room temperature.
- In the meantime, put some condensed milk at the bottom of the glass and place ice cubes.
- Once the tea is at room temperature, pour over the tea and stir, adding sugar if desired.
- It is very sweet, with the addition of the condensed milk so be sure to taste the tea first!
As part of the campaign Brita are also offering the chance for one of my readers to win a Marella jug (RRP £21)! For the chance to win, simply leave a comment, or follow me on Twitter and Bloglovin’ below and follow the link below: This competition is UK only.
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