Have you ever thought of using tea for a dessert drink? Well now you can! We took the concept of a float and applied it to a tea. We discovered that a fruity tea with sherbet and a little club soda provides a refreshing sweet treat you can drink by the pool or even offer guests during a spring party like a baby shower. Use the sherbet to replace the ice, and you’ll notice the drink getting sweeter and sweeter as you drink. It’s a versatile drink that we think even kids would like.
Watch our YouTube video to hear our thoughts and see a brief demonstration of how to make this refreshing dessert drink at home.
- Fruit Punch Green Rooibos
- Scoops of Orange Sherbet
- Club Soda
*This is what we used in our recipe, but feel free to use any kind of tea or sherbet you like. Have fun with it!
- Brew the tea and let it cool, so it does not melt the sherbet.
- Fill a 16-ounce cup ¾ of the way with sherbet.
- Add your chilled tea.
- Top off with club soda for that carbonated float effect.
Sherbet & Tea Combination Suggestions:
Here are our suggestions for possible sherbet and tea combinations for you to try at home.