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What to Mix your Iced Teas with this Summer

All of your favorite tea blends can be enjoyed over ice for a refreshing summer sip. If you’re looking to spice things up with a new refreshing drink recipe this summer, check out our ideas for mixing iced teas, and experiment with different flavors and ingredients to create your new go-to summer iced tea drink!


An Arnold Palmer is a drink comprised of half tea and half lemonade and was made famous by the American professional golfer of the same name. This drink is sweet, refreshing, and can be made using any iced tea and lemonade combination!

To create your own Arnold Palmer at home, add an even ratio of lemonade and the iced tea of your choice in a glass over ice, stir, and enjoy. 

Sparkling Water

Another fun way to enhance your iced tea is with sparkling water! This popular beverage combination is known as sparkling iced tea, carbonated iced tea, bubbly iced tea, or an iced tea spritzer. Whatever you call it, it’s sure to keep you cool and feeling refreshed this summer! 

Combine your favorite sparkling water, flavored or unflavored, with an iced tea blend of your choice. Mix and match different teas and flavor combinations to create your perfect carbonated iced tea drink!

Pureed fruit 

Pouring your favorite teas over pureed fruit is a great way to add a boost to your beverage, without adding artificial sweeteners and sugar, or diluting your favorite tea blend!

Fruits that muddle easily and mix well with iced tea include strawberries, mangoes, peaches, and cucumbers. Muddled fruit can be combined with honey, agave, or any natural sweetener, and different fruits can be used to create fun flavor combinations! Once you have muddled your fruit to your liking, simply add ice, your tea of choice, and enjoy an invigorating, fruity refreshment. Our Classic Black Iced Tea goes great with any fruit infusion!


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