Jubilee Celebrations Tea Party

If you're hosting or attending a Jubilee Celebration Party, then it must include tea, the nation's favourite drink!

And there's lots to celebrate as Her Majesty celebrates her Platinum Jubilee, so we will be rejoicing with our nearest a dearest and serving up tea-inspired Jubilee Party drinks.

Creating a Jubilee Celebrations Tea Party is easy & fun to do. There are many tea-inspired drinks to make, from tea coolers to frozen lollies and even tea cocktails to impress your friends. Iced teas can be made using all teas, from black to green or herbal and fruit. To make iced teas, simply brew them, allow them to cool, and mix them with any other complementary ingredients that take your fancy. It's as simple as that. Just be mindful of dilution. Like brewing hot tea, time and temperature are vital to achieving the perfect iced tea.

Queens' Platinum Jubilee

But as it’s such a special occasion, we’re focusing on fruits for our Jubilee party, and what could be more British than rhubarb? And we love it because it's in season, locally grown, and tastes wonderful. Rhubarb eaten by itself is very tart, making it versatile, but it can be a little too sour without sugar. Therefore, it is perfect for pies, desserts and summery drinks. 


Rhubarb Cream Loose-Leaf Tea 

Rhubarb Cream loose leaf tea



Our Rhubarb Cream Loose-Leaf Tea is a heavenly fruity and fresh rhubarb blend tea rounded off with the delicate sweetness of real bourbon vanilla.

The creamy and sweet rhubarb tea infusion contains rhubarb and apple pieces, hibiscus, rosehip peel, pineapple, mango and papaya, with fragrant marigold blossoms.

This tea is perfect for a vibrant, fruity and delightful iced tea.







Rhubarb Iced Tea

Serves 4



• 400g chopped rhubarb

• 9 tbsp caster sugar

• ½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda

• 1 lemon, zested and juiced

• 4 teaspoons of Ronnefeldt Rhubarb Cream loose-leaf tea 



• Place the rhubarb, lemon juice and zest in a saucepan

• Add 3 pints of water and bring to a boil, then simmer for 45 minutes

• When the rhubarb has poached, turn off the heat, add the tea bags and sugar and stir

• Leave to infuse for 8-10mins, then strain everything through a sieve into a jug

• Add the bicarbonate of soda and stir well

• Taste to check for sweetness, then chill and enjoy with ice


Tea Flavoured Ices


Rhubarb Cream Ice Lollies

Creating iced lollies is another excellent way to get inventive with this versatile fruit tea. Little kids and big kids love these. 



  • Three heaped teaspoons of Rhubarb Cream loose-leaf tea
  • 200ml fresh boiled water
  • Honey or sugar to taste 
  • (Optional) Fruit such as apples or strawberries cut into little pieces



  • Brew the Rhubarb Cream tea in the boiled water for 10-12 mins
  • Add honey or sugar if you prefer it sweeter
  • After your tea is brewed, add 2 cups of ice to cool it down completely
  • Assemble your favourite iced lolly moulds
  • Pour the cooled tea in, add a few pieces of fruit and freeze



Cherry Dreams – Fruit Tea Infusion

Cherry Dreams loose leaf tea


Cherry Dreams is a really fruity infusion! With deep cherry flavours and a hint of mint, this refreshing tea contains 20% cherry pieces and elderberries, blueberries, rosehip, elderflowers, blackberry leaves and cranberry.

To counteract the sweetness of the cherries, mint is perfectly blended to lift the sweetness to create a refreshing fruit infusion.










Cherry Twirl Gin Iced Tea Cocktail

Here's a naughty but nice gin-infused cherry iced tea recipe to treat your loved ones.

Serves 4



  • 2 heaped teaspoons Cherry Dreams loose-leaf tea
  • 150ml fresh boiled water
  • 100g sugar
  • Ice cubes
  • 50ml gin per serving
  • 150ml Tonic water
  • Lime wedges to garnish



  • Brew the Cherry Dreams tea in the boiled water for 8-10 minutes
  • Mix the tea with the sugar in a pan over low heat. Stir until the sugar dissolves
  • Put the cherry sugar syrup into the fridge to cool
  • Fill a tall glass with ice and add the gin
  • Add 30ml of the cooled cherry sugar syrup
  • Top up with the tonic water and stir
  • Finish with lime wedges


And if you can't celebrate the Platinum Jubilee with your loved ones, why not send them a gift? We've released special limited edition Queens Platinum Jubilee Tea Gifts for you to share the celebrations almost anywhere in the world.


Queen's Platinum Jubilee Tea Gift Box

Our Queen's Platinum Jubilee Tea Gift Box contains three delicious loose-leaf teas and a tea ball. They are beautifully presented in a red gift box, all in commemoration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Queens Platinum Jubilee Tea Gift Box

The gift box includes:

100g Queens Tea - A blend of Darjeeling and Ceylon, flowery, fruity and fresh

100g English Breakfast - A robust, fruity, full flavoured tea. The best tea to start the day

100g Special Earl Grey - Flavoured black tea with bergamot and a full-bodied flavour

Stainless Steel Tea Ball, Small - An infuser tea ball with fine mesh 


Queen's Platinum Jubilee Tea Caddy with Teabags

Our Queen's Platinum Jubilee tea caddy filled with teabags is a limited edition 100g tea caddy to commemorate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The Queen's Platinum Jubilee tea caddy contains 15 English Breakfast or 15 Earl Grey teabags 

Queens Platinum Jubilee Tea Caddy with teabags


Queen's Platinum Jubilee Tea Caddy with Loose-Leaf Tea

Our Queen's Platinum Jubilee tea caddy with loose-leaf tea is a limited edition 100g Tea Caddy to commemorate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The Queen's Platinum Jubilee tea caddy contains 100g of English Breakfast or Earl Grey tea.

Queens Platinum Jubilee Tea Caddy with loose tea

Posted by cup of tea admin
23rd May 2022

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