Icy Pole Recipe

Mix Up A Classic Popsicle Recipe With Australia’s Supercharged Native!

As everyone knows we are a little partial to all things tea – so we have decided to mix up a classic and easy popsicle recipe with Australia’s supercharged native – Lemon Myrtle. Being a 100% Australian owned and operated farm, it goes without saying that we’d showcase one of our country’s greatest native flavours. Lemon myrtle has a sweet citral fragrance that, when brewed, translates to a refreshing lemony beverage that captures the heart of our regional location in Northern New South Wales where lemon myrtle thrives. Combine it with orange, add a paddle pop stick, throw in a freezer and you might just have a treat that the kids will bowl you over for this summer. Tip: Freshly squeezed orange juice is the best because of its bright, and fresh flavour, - when you taste the difference from making it out of fresh squeezed orange juice, you won't want to have it any other way again.


  • 1/3 cup sugar (adjust to suit your taste)
  • 1 cup of brewed Madura Lemon Myrtle tea (using 1 x leaf infuser)
  • 2 1/2 cups fresh OJ, strained


  1. Combine the sugar with the Lemon Myrtle tea and allow it to brew. Stir the sugar to ensure it has dissolved completely.
  2. Once brewed, remove the tea bag and discard. Then stir in the orange juice.
  3. Adjust the sweetness according to your taste buds.
  4. Pour the ice pop juice into moulds and insert sticks.
  5. Freeze the ice pops for about 4 hours or until they are completely solid.
  6. Tip: If using paddle pop sticks, soak them for an hour in warm water prior to creating your icy pops.
  7. Enjoy!
Icy Pole Recipe - Madura Tea
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