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Easy Iced Tea Recipes

Go beyond basic black with these easy iced tea recipes. They’re refreshing takes on iced tea made with oolong, hibiscus flower and green tea.Iced Green TeaJasmine Ginger Iced Green Tea
Jasmine green tea with lime, ginger beer and fresh strawberries.

Hibiscus Green Tea SodaHibiscus Green Tea Soda
A mix of green tea and hibiscus herbal tea, lightly sweetened with honey and finished with sparkling water. (from Eating Clean Recipes)

Blueberry Hibiscus TeaBlueberry Hibiscus Iced Tea
Steeped hibiscus flowers and blueberries, served over ice with fresh lemon. (from Eating Clean Recipes)

Frozen Strawberry Hibiscus TeaFrozen Strawberry Hibiscus Tea
A slushy mix of hibiscus flower tea and strawberries. (from Eating Clean Recipes)

Grapefruit Tea FrappeGrapefruit Oolong Tea Smoothie
Oolong tea blended with grapefruit, orange bitters and ice.

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Jasmine Ginger Iced Green Tea Recipe

Iced Green TeaSome flavors are made for each other. Yeah, we all know about chocolate and peanut butter, but there are many more flavor pairings to explore. One of my favorite pairings is floral jasmine plus spicy ginger. Here, I’ve brought the two together in a refreshing mocktail. The mix of jasmine green tea plus sparkly ginger beer, lime and strawberries has been my favorite drink of the summer.
Iced Green Tea
Jasmine Ginger Iced Green Tea Recipe
1 wedge lime
4 ounces *brewed jasmine green tea, chilled
4 ounces ginger beer, chilled (I used Gosling’s)
Garnishes: Fresh sliced strawberries and additional lime wedges

Fill a glass with ice cubes. Squeeze the juice of a lime wedge over the ice and drop the lime wedge into the glass. Add the chilled green tea and ginger beer; stir gently. Garnish with strawberries and additional lime wedges.

Makes 1 drink

*Tip: For brewed tea, I used Rishi organic loose-leaf jasmine green tea. I steeped 1 tablespoon of tea in 2 cups of hot, but not boiling water (180 degrees F) for 3 minutes. The brewed tea should be cooled at room temperature, and then chilled in the refrigerator.

Recipe Links:
Grapefruit Oolong Tea Smoothie
Hibiscus Green Tea Soda from Eating Clean Recipes

Product Link:
Rishi Jasmine Green Tea (Amazon)Iced Green Tea