Iced Tea

Iced tea can be as complex as you want to brew it. With iced-tea flavors such as peach, mango-ginger, and lemon-mint, these easy drink recipes combine fruit juices, herbs, and citrus to make iced tea fit for any high society.

Minted Iced Tea

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Liven up your outdoor entertaining with this simple fruit-infused iced tea.

Strawberry Iced Tea

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Frozen strawberries are a great alternative to fresh in this easy-to-make beverage. Be sure to use unsweetened berries.

Minted Iced Tea

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Liven up your outdoor entertaining -- or just refresh your family's thirst -- with this simple fruit-infused tea. Orange and lemon accompany the mint that flavor this summer iced tea.

Cranberry Ginseng Tea

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Hosting a party? Make this fruity iced tea ahead. It's easy to double the recipe if entertaining a crowd.

Hibiscus Tea

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This fragrant, slightly tangy hibiscus tea features a symphony of flavors, with bright citrus notes and the sweet warmth of honey and cinnamon. Make a double batch for your next summer gathering, and enjoy this refreshing taste of the Caribbean.

Ginger Tea Punch

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Combine iced tea and ginger ale for a refreshing low-calorie drink.

Minted Mango Tea

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Mango adds a fresh sweet twist to this flavored low-calorie tea.

Apricot-Mint Tea

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For a cool summer sipper, brew up a batch of this refreshingly fruity tea. To release the fresh mint flavor, crush leaves slightly with the back of a spoon.

Spiced Tea

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This chilled fruity tea is delicious at brunch or summer parties.

Spiced Fruit Tea

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If you freeze part of the tea mixture in ice cube trays, you can use the flavored ice when serving. When the "ice" melts, the flavor won't be diluted.

Iced Tea

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Sip into one of summer's coolest pleasures: a frosty glass of iced tea.

Total: 8 mins

Honeyed Lemonade Tea Punch

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Darjeeling tea has more floral notes than ordinary black tea. For a boozy drink, add a tablespoon of vodka, gin or bourbon to each glass before pouring in punch.

Peach-Mint Green Tea

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Peach nectar and mint flavor green tea in this refreshing sweetened summer drink recipe.

Twin Oaks Almond Iced Tea

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This almond-flavored tea is the perfect drink recipe to serve at an afternoon party on the patio.

Spiced Cranberry Tea Punch

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Tea's mellow tannins add a slightly dry taste to punch, a bit like wine but without the alcohol.

Iced Green Tea

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Plump strawberries, quartered limes, and orange peel curls on a bamboo skewer create a fruit-laced swizzle stick sure to cause a stir inside your iced tea pitcher.

Ruby Red Winter Iced Tea

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White tea is slightly sweeter than green or black tea, either of which can be substituted to make this low-calorie ruby-red winter iced tea drink.

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