Make Infused Iced Cubes to Brew Over Ice

By Kristen Mercure

You’ve been brewing over ice all summer, and now it’s time to jazz up your iced brew* with a little something extra – a splash of color that’s all your own.  Here are some of our favorite ice cubes turned works-of-art that will keep your drink chilly and your tumbler looking sassy:

How to make infused berry ice cubes to Brew Over Ice

Berry ice cubes – try this with Vitamin Burst®, Snapple® Iced Teas, or Lipton® Teas!

  • Sprinkle blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or blackberries to your ice cube tray.  Add water.  Freeze.  And voila – bejeweled ice, awaiting a tumbler to release its goodness.
  • Want to double the flavor impact?  Pulverize the berries with a fork before putting them into the ice cube tray – when the ice melts you have fresh bursts of flavor in your glass.  You might just need a spoon to dig out all of those tasty morsels 😉

Freeze a slice of lemon in your ice cube tray with water for a citrus ice cube

Citrus ice cubestry this with Celestial Seasonings® Southern Sweet Iced Tea or Honest® Tea Just Black Iced Tea

  • Freeze a small slice of lemon, orange, or lime in your ice cube tray with water. Or get artistic and freeze a curled piece of lemon rind! Fancy and fun all in one cold little package.
  • For an extra pop, squeeze a little lemon, orange, or lime juice into the tray before you fill with water.  Adds to the pucker-power!

Freeze Donut Shop Sweet & Creamy coffee for iced cubes

 Brewed times 2 cubes – try with any Keurig Brewed® variety!

With any luck, the rest of your summer will constantly grant you a delicious and beautiful iced drink in your hands.  Happy (iced) brewing!

*Remember: when brewing over ice, do not use glass.

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