Food experiments: POPSICLES! pt 2

Some more experiments with the wonders of fancy ice! See part 1 here
 
 
CHRYSANTHEMUM TEA, LYCHEES & STRAWBERRIES
1. Slice strawberries and lychees (can be bought in cans)
2. Put a few slices into the mould, then cover with chrysanthemum tea (I used Yeo’s) and add a little of the lychee syrup from the can. 
3. Repeat until the entire mould is filled.
4. Freeze!
 
 
STRAWBERRIES AND CHRYSANTHEMUM
(a slight variation on the above experiment)
1. Slice strawberries
2. Fill mould with strawberries and tea (strawberries tend to float to the top)
3. Freeze
 
 
MANGO, VANILLA & MACADAMIAS
(inspired by Weis bars!)
1. Slice mango thinly and chop the macadamias into small pieces
2. Let some vanilla ice-cream sit out until it becomes a little runny
3. Fill the mould by alternating between ice cream, mango and nuts.
4. Freeze!
 
 
EARL GREY
1. Make yourself a nice cup of Earl Grey tea and drink it! With the leftover teabag, make another cup.
2. Pour the second cup into the mould and freeze!
(This was a real why-not? experiment. Result: it, unsurprisingly, tasted exactly like a cold tea. An uncanny experience however, a little confusing on the senses. This concept would be fun to try with some more adventurous tea combinations – stay tuned!)