Easy recipe for iced green tea with fresh mint and orange

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How to make iced green tea

We are not soft drinks people (we never have been), but iced tea, that's our drink! We make regular black tea or ice cream all the time at home, but when we feel something different, this is what we turn to as well. It is full of antioxidants thanks to green tea and is relaxing from mint.

The key to extra tasty iced tea is to make it ahead of time. If you were to make tea and then pour it into a pile of ice, it will have a diluted taste. Instead, we make a batch and then let it cool, at least at room temperature. Then we add ice.

If you are willing to experiment with other teas, we highly recommend iced chamomile tea. You can still add the mint and lemon.

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Updated recipe, originally published in January 2012. Since I published this in 2012, we have tweaked the recipe to make it clearer. – Adam and Joanne

Iced green tea recipe with fresh mint and orange

  • PREP 20mins

  • COOK 5 minutes
  • TOTAL 25 minutes

We buy caffeine-free green tea, but you could use your favorite brand for this. Also, you can replace green tea with other teas, one of my favorites is chamomile tea.

Makes 4 drinks

Will need

6 green tea bags

2 cups of water or more to taste

1/4 cup sugar, optional

8 mint leaves

1 orange, thinly sliced

Ice

Addresses

    In a large saucepan, bring 2 cups of water and 1/4 cup of sugar to a boil, turn off the heat and stir until the sugar dissolves. Add tea bags and 8 mint leaves. Steep for about 8 minutes. Try and then adjust with more sugar if needed.

    Discard the tea bags and mint. Cold. Fill 4 glasses to the brim with ice. Add the tea and garnish with mint leaves and a slice of orange.

Adam and Joanne's advice

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