With summer here and the heat along with it, we wanted to give you a few ideas for some iced treats from Pink Stork to you! Our teas are delicious hot, but when the sun is beating down and you’re craving something refreshing, they can also be the perfect iced treat. Try our take on these Mocktails, Mojito, Orange Creamsicle, Virgin Daiquiri, and even a Ginger Orange Popsicle! Take a break from the heat and cool off with some cold, tasty Pink Stork remedies! Check out our Youtube for a how to video!

Mojito Mocktail:

  • 2 oz. Pink Stork Fertility Tea
  • 1 lime
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 10 mint leaves
  • Club soda
  • Ice

Orange Creamsicle:

  • 2 oz. Pink Stork Lactation Smooth Vanilla Tea
  • 4 oz. orange juice
  • Ice

Virgin Daiquiri:

  • 2 oz. Pink Stork Recovery Tea
  • 7 strawberries
  • 1 lime
  • 1 tablespoon sugar

Ginger Orange Popsicle:

  • 2 oz. Pink Stork Ginger Orange Morning Sickness Tea
  • 4 oz. orange juice
  • 1 orange

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