Pineapple Sweet Tea
Sweet Tea is my favorite summer drink and I love to jazz it up with real fruit flavor! This Pineapple Sweet Tea is ridiculously easy and totally hits the spot on a hot summer day!
This post is in partnership with Milo’s Tea Company.
Whether you’re hosting a party or just mixing up a refreshing batch to serve at home, iced tea lends itself to fun, seasonal variations. I’m absolutely obsessed with this tropical twist on classic sweet tea by adding fresh pineapple juice.
Seems simple right? It is, but oh-so-delicious. And if pineapple isn’t your speed, feel free to swap in your favorite fruit juice.
Milo’s Sweet Tea makes this refreshing drink SO easy. And I love to use Milo’s because it’s fresh brewed from real tea leaves and it’s all natural with clean ingredients. It doesn’t contain any preservatives or added acids. Yes, please!
HOW TO MAKE PINEAPPLE SWEET TEA:
Before starting this recipe, you’ll want to pour the gallon jug of Milo’s Sweet Tea into a very large serving pitcher or dispenser with a spigot. Transfer the can of pineapple juice and tidbits to a blender and blend until no longer lumpy. Now mix the blended pineapple juice with the tea. That’s it! So easy and so tasty!
This makes the most wonderful, refreshing beverage to serve during the summer! I love to serve it by the pool or when hosting BBQs. If I’m hosting, I like to have fresh pineapple chunks and sprigs of mint for garnish.
This Pineapple Sweet Tea is summer perfection and I know you all are going to enjoy it as much as my family does. Make a big batch of this iced tea for your next picnic, BBQ or just to enjoy on a warm sunny day! It’s
Simple to make
& Perfect for hot summer days & BBQs
The beautiful thing is, you can keep Milo’s Sweet Tea on hand, so you’re ready for any summer gathering that might pop up. This tea really is the perfect summer beverage. Hope you’ll give it a try. Cheers!
Have you tried any of Milo’s award-winning beverages? Available in sweetened with pure cane sugar, no calorie sweetened with sucralose, or unsweet, they are conveniently located in the refrigerated juice section of your local grocery store. Use the product locator, to find a retailer near you.
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Pineapple Sweet Tea
- 1 gallon Milo's Sweet Tea
- 1 (20 oz.) can pineapple tidbits in pineapple juice
- Optional garnish: pineapple chunks and fresh mint leaves
- Pour tea in a larger than gallon-sized pitcher.
- Transfer can of pineapple juice and tidbits to blender and blend until no longer lumpy.
- Add blended pineapple juice to tea and stir.
- Serve with ice and garnish with pineapple chunks and fresh mint, if desired.
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I love sweet tea, but haven’t tried it with pineapple; I am looking forward to giving this a try! Perfect on a warm day!
I totally wish I was sitting on the patio right now enjoying this drink!
I’ve never been a sweet tea fan, but with the pineapple I’m definitely eager to try it!!
Tea and fruits are a fabulous combo. In fact, I have been really enjoying making tea completely out of fruits. It is always incredibly tasty and healthy. It may be not very sweet sometimes but it is one of those “issues” that can be easily fixed!
Sweet tea is definitely one of my favorites, and I love this tropical twist! Can’t wait to try it!
This is such a beautiful drink, perfect for Memorial Day! I have to say I don’t drink much iced tea, but the added zing of fresh pineapple sounds super tempting, I think you’ve just made a convert 🙂
What a lovely tea flavor! Definitely going to be one of my drinks for summer 🙂
Huge sweet tea fan! I have never tried one with the pineapple twist, but it sounds perfect for summer!
Such a great idea to add pineapple juice to sweet tea. I agree a tasty and refreshing summer drink!