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Pineapple Infused Tea

Pineapple Infused Tea Recipe

The measurements used are indicative, just “eyeball” the amount of fruits and water needed for the jug you are using.

For the ‘tea bag’, I’m using Twinings Cold Infuse (passionfruit, mango & blood orange). You can use any type of cold brew fruity tea bag, or bottled sugar free tea.

This beautiful and tasty tea also makes a relaxing drink for tea time and for serving guests.


  • 150g ripe pineapple flesh cut to bite-sized slices
  • 1 cold brew tea bag see tip below
  • 2-3 sprigs of fresh mint
  • clean drinking water to fill the bottle about 300-500 ml

You also need

  • 500-700ml glass carafe, jug, pitcher or bottle with lid


Add tea bag, pineapple and mint to a glass bottle. Pour clean drinking water to the brim. Refrigerate for about 4-6 hours before drinking. The drink can also be chilled overnight to be enjoyed as a detox drink first thing in the morning.

Noob Tips

Since the Twinings Cold Infuse tea bag I used is full-flavoured, the pineapples need not be infused for too long. Although it is perfectly fine to infuse the drink overnight, the pineapples may lose their sweetness with the long seeping time. If you still want to enjoy eating the sweet pineapples, I recommend consuming this drink on the same day, within 4-6 hours.

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One comment on “Pineapple Infused Tea”

  1. Have never seen such small pineapples here..so adorable. The tea must be very fresh, fruity, and aromatic!

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