This is a delicious and refreshing summer peach tea flavored with fresh mint and lemon juice. It’s the perfect peach iced tea recipe no sugar summer beverage. Gluten-free, Vegan and low-carb
As much as I LOVE a good cocktail, sometimes I just want a non-alcoholic drink to cool me down in the hot summer months.
Iced tea, or sweet tea as it’s called in the southern states, is an American favorite. It’s particularly popular in the summer and the flavored teas make it that more appealing!
This delicious peach tea recipe is freshly flavored with mint leaves and lemon juice. I planted ONE mint plant in my yard and the following year had more mint than I knew what to do with.
Now, I like unsweetened ice tea but, you can certainly add as little or as much sugar or sugar substitute as you’d like to this recipe.
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Peach Mint Iced Tea
How do you make peach mint iced tea?
Making this iced tea recipe is very easy. Start by warming, not boiling, the water. Then add a peach tea bag. Use your favorite brand and steep it for one to four minutes. Make it as strong (or not) as you’d like.
Next, add some lemon juice or omit it if you’d like.
Then, muddle the mint leaves in a large glass. This is what a muddler looks like in case you don’t know. I use it to make my Limoncello Moscow Mules, Watermelon Pineapple Mint Mojitos and Limoncello Mint Mojitos.
Next, add the tea to the glass (with muddled mint) followed by by the ice cubes. Stir it and then enjoy it!
How refreshing does that look?
It’s so easy. You will probably want to make a batch of it after you try it. It’s so good.
Take a break from your busy day and make this delicious peach mint iced tea!
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Peach Mint Iced Tea
- 8 oz water
- 1 peach tea bag
- 4 mint leaves
- 1/2 tsp lemon juice
- 1 cup ice cubes
- First, warm water until it's very warm (not boiling.)
- Next, add the tea bag and steep for one to four minutes depending upon how strong you'd like it.
- Next, add the lemon juice to the tea. (optional)
- Then, muddle the mint leaves in a tall glass and leave them in the glass when done.
- Next, add the tea to the glass followed by the ice cubes. Stir and garnish with addiotional mint leaves, if desired.