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.
Liven up your outdoor entertaining with this simple fruit-infused iced tea.
Frozen strawberries are a great alternative to fresh in this easy-to-make beverage. Be sure to use unsweetened berries.
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.
Hosting a party? Make this fruity iced tea ahead. It's easy to double the recipe if entertaining a crowd.
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.
Combine iced tea and ginger ale for a refreshing low-calorie drink.
Mango adds a fresh sweet twist to this flavored low-calorie tea.
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.
This chilled fruity tea is delicious at brunch or summer parties.
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.
Tea's mellow tannins add a slightly dry taste to punch, a bit like wine but without the alcohol.
This almond-flavored tea is the perfect drink recipe to serve at an afternoon party on the patio.
Peach nectar and mint flavor green tea in this refreshing sweetened summer drink recipe.
Sip into one of summer's coolest pleasures: a frosty glass of iced tea.
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.
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.
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.