The perfect homemade lemon-ginger lemonade

Picture it now: a deckchair, a straw hat, glorious sunshine and a big glass of homemade lemonade. Sounds good right? To make this dream come true, we're unveiling our world-exclusive recipe for Lemon and Ginger Lemonade.

Lemon Ginger herbal tea


A refreshing lemonade to put the wind in your sails

When our brewmasters came up with the Lemon-Ginger Herbal Tea, we immediately thought of a fresh, zesty version. This pairing works wonderfully well in both hot and cold versions.

We love the fresh, sharp character of lemon, combined with the warm, bold tones of ginger. With a little syrup to round things off and a few ice cubes, you'll easily make a homemade lemonade that packs a punch!

Recipe for Les 2 Marmottes Lemonade

- Brew 5 or 6 sachets of our Lemon-Ginger blend in 1.5l of cold water for about 30 minutes at room temperature.

- In a small saucepan, bring 1 cup of water and 1 cup of sugar to the boil, stirring until the sugar has melted to make a syrup.

- Pour our Lemon Ginger Herbal Tea into a jug and add the syrup. Stir well.

- After 2 hours in the fridge, pour the lemonade into glasses and add ice cubes.

To spice up this lemonade recipe, you can add fresh lemon zest and a few mint leaves for decoration.

A collection of cold brews to discover

Rest assured, our Lemon-Ginger infusion isn't alone on the cold brew scene.

Several colourful Les 2 Marmottes cold brew blends will help you feel refreshed,  all of them 100% herbal with no added flavourings, ever.

To make your life easier, we've grouped them all together in a limited edition box.

Iced teas, lemonades, mocktails : use your imagination and brew up summer vibes!

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