Pineut Jägertee | Carafe
Is glühwein too soft for you to survive the winter months? In that case, Pineut's Jägertee is just the thing for you. In the 19th century, this typical Tiroler speciality was the drink that kept the forest guards, forest workers and hunters warm. This mix of star anise, cloves, orange, black tea, wine and rum was the fuel of Austria's economy.
This drink with a kick is totally back. Pineut wouldn't be Pineut if we put a twist on purpose to this do-it-yourself drink. The orange comes from residues, the tea is being delivered from Frank about Tea (so the farmers can earn their bread in a fair way) and the cloves as well as the star anise have a sustainable origin. That's the way we make every glass of Jägertee literally and figuratively heartwarming. Cheers!
How to make it?
The recipe for a heartwarming drink.
- Fill the carafe with wine and water.
- Give it a nice spot and wait patiently for 12 hours (room temperature).
- Filter with a fine sieve and heaten it up in a pan, without boiling.
- Add the rum and serve!
- cane sugar, black tea, cinnamon, orange peel, star anise and cloves
- Add yourself:
- red wine, water and rum
- Short instruction:
- Fill the carafe with wine and water, wait for 12 hours. Filter with a fine sieve and heat it up in a pan, without boiling. Add the rum and serve
- Netto weight:
- 48 g
- Nutritional value:
- energy: 1670 kJ / 399 kcal, fat: 2,2 g, of which saturated fatty acids: 0,4 g, carbohydrates: 80 g, of which sugars: 41 g, protein: 7,2 g, salt: 0,00 g
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