Cold Brew Peach Iced Tea #summer #drinks

Cold Brew Peach Iced Tea #summer #drinks

Is there any better method to chill off in the mid year than with a virus glass of frosted tea? No, no there isn't. Frosted tea is one of those beverages that I simply long for throughout the mid year months. There's nothing more charming than sitting outside, getting a charge out of the radiant climate and tasting on a glass of frosted tea. The best part is, natively constructed frosted tea is SO natural to make, and it's one of the most beneficial (if not the most beneficial) drinks you can have.

Normally locally acquired frosted teas are stacked with huge amounts of sugar and counterfeit flavor. This custom made frosted tea is all common, low in sugar, and stacked with new peach, orange and mint flavor. I use duke dark tea to make this recipe since I discover it compliments the flavors so well, yet you can also utilize any of your preferred dark, white or green teas you adore.

Making cold-blend frosted tea leaves you with a fresh, spotless and invigorating tasting tea. It also offers the chance to truly enable the flavors in the tea to completely turn out since the tea sacks can sit in the water for more than 6 hours. This gives your frosted tea each one of those heavenly unpretentious flavors.

One thing to note, on the off chance that you are making this recipe with white tea or home grown tea, at that point you can utilize the bubbling water technique to make this tea. Cold-blending frosted tea isn't essential for these kinds of teas since they don't have the compound in them that causes harshness when fermented in high temp water.

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Cold Brew Peach Iced Tea #summer #drinks

Chill off with a glass of this invigorating frosted with injected with peaches, orange get-up-and-go and mint!


  • 3 peaches, sliced
  • peel of 1 orange, peeled into large slices
  • 3 sprigs of mint
  • 2–5 tsp organic cane sugar, maple syrup or honey
  • 5 tea bags of earl grey tea
  • 1-litre water


  1. Add the peaches to the bottom of a pitcher and muddle with a wooden spoon just enough to smash them.
  2. Add the slices of orange zest, mint, sweetener of choice, tea bags, water and mix until combined.
  3. Cover and place in the fridge for 6-12 hours.
  4. Remove the tea bags and serve over ice.

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