No, not "iced tea glasses" but "ice tea glasses." Really. They're ice. They're tea. They're glasses! To be exact, these glasses are made entirely of, from left, herbal rooibos tea, hibiscus herbal tea, matcha tea and cold-brewed, plain old Red Rose tea.
Although I am a teetotaler (or tea-totaler?), I could not resist buying this "ice shot glass" mold when I saw it at Marshall's for $2.99 recently. I'd seen one several years ago, didn't buy it, and have regretted it ever since. I was not going to let this one get away.
You fill each section of the mold about halfway with water (or tea), snap the dark blue lid in place, and freeze for three or four hours. I was worried I would crush my glasses when I unmolded them, but that didn't happen. You run lukewarm water over the bottom of the mold and these little ice "glasses" just slip right out. I spent so long taking photos, mine started to melt, so if I were making these for guests, I'd probably stick them right back in the freezer until time to fill with, oh, tea sorbet, perhaps!
Pretty cool, huh?