Try our Pink Papayadise ice pop tea recipe

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Even as summer winds down, the temperatures are still high and what could be better than a nice, cold frozen treat? Well, we think our Pink Papayadise ice pop tea recipe is the perfect thing to cool you down!

Pink Papayadise tastes like a tropical vacation, not to mention the highlighter pink colour screams summer. With bright papaya, purple sweet potato and floral dragon fruit, you’ll definitely be in a summer haze—in a good way. Now just imagine how good it is frozen!

Pink Papayadise ice pop tea recipe

Pink Papayadise ice pop tea recipe


  • 5 Perfect Spoons of Pink Papayadise loose leaf tea
  • 16 oz of hot water
  • 2 tsp of sugar (optional)
  • ½ tsp lemon juice
  • 1 dragon fruit cut into small squares or 10 green grapes, cut in half


Step 1
Steep 5 Perfect Spoons of Pink Papayadise in 16 oz of water for 8 minutes.
Step 2
Pour into a measuring cup and add 2 tsp of sugar (optional) and ½ tsp of lemon juice. Stir until dissolved.
Step 3
Distribute the fruit into four ice pop molds.
Step 4
Top each mold with steeped tea and place in the freezer for 4 hours or until frozen solid.
Step 5
Enjoy your frozen treat by the pool, in the park or anywhere else you need a refreshing snack!

A refreshing treat that gives back

In case you missed it, Pink Papayadise is our Pick of the Month for August, chosen by @thebirdspapaya. We’re donating 10% of all proceeds from this tea to Mamas For Mamas’ Backpack Program. This back-to-school project provides vital school supplies to students in need. That means you get to enjoy a refreshing summer treat and help a good cause—what could be better? To learn more about Mamas For Mamas, listen to our Steeping Together Podcast episode with founder Shannon Christensen.

“DAVIDsTEA took my love for tea to a whole new level, with their unique flavour combinations, incredible accessories, and a tea-buying experience that I’d never had before. That’s what makes this collaboration extra special because it is literally the perfect blend of all my favourite things […] and also supports a cause that is close to my heart – Mamas for Mamas.” – @thebirdspapaya

Sarah Nicole Landry, also known as @thebirdspapaya, enjoying the refreshing Pink Papayadise tea.


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