Peach Lemon Iced Tea
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Cold and refreshing, this Peach Lemon Iced Tea is absolutely the BEST way to beat the heat!
Today’s recipe is all about sitting back, enjoying the warmth and soaking in long summer days. Lately, I’ve been craving drinks full of flavor and I’ve been drinking lemonade like it’s going out of style. Folks, it’s time to give the lemonade a makeover. This is where Bigelow Tea comes in to give my summer drink the pizazz I’m longing for.
I found a great selection of fun flavors of Bigelow Tea down the tea and coffee aisle at Walmart. Peach and lemon go together so well, I decided to grab up both of them and do some experimenting. The peach flavor adds the most fabulous taste to the tea and then it finishes with a burst of lemon. Yes, please!
I love that with Bigelow Tea I can enjoy tasty beverages without a bunch of added sugar or other questionable ingredients. This Peach Lemon Iced Tea is made with ingredients I know and trust. It’s time to say bye-bye to powder and liquid add-ins that contain ingredients you can’t pronounce. Thank goodness, I can stay on track and still soak in everything summer, including a delicious flavored iced tea!
Pour a tall glass of this deliciousness, grab a good book and head out to relax in the backyard hammock. The stuff summer dreams are made of, I tell ya! Now I just need that hammock! This Peach Lemon Iced Tea is:
And so simple to make!
Fabulous for summer barbecues, brunches, showers or just hanging around the house. This Peach Lemon Iced Tea recipe will quickly become one of your favorites, as it already has become one of mine! Bring on your sweltering heat, summer. With this drink, I’m ready!
- 2 Perfect Peach Bigelow herbal tea bags
- 2 I Love Lemon Bigelow herbal tea bags
- 4 cups water
- stevia honey, agave or sugar to sweeten as desired
- fresh peach slices lemon slices and mint (optional, for garnish)
- Boil 4 cups water in a large pot and allow all four tea bags to steep for 8 minutes.
- Transfer tea to a large pitcher and chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
- Pour tea into 4 cups with ice. If preferred, sweeten with stevia, honey, agave or sugar. Garnish with peach slices, lemon and mint if desired.
*I suggest doubling or even tripling this recipe. I typically make 3 batches on Sunday, to enjoy throughout the week.
**I enjoy my glass of Peach Lemon Tea combined with one packed of stevia and a couple lemon and peach slices.
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Something to think about….
Have you ever tried making fun summer tea drinks? Have you tried Bigelow Tea?