Top 6 Refreshing Iced Teas To Brew Today

Erika Marty

Iced teas are a great way to explore new flavors and tea recipes if you're getting bored with hot tea. From mint tea blends to Arnold palmer inspired creations, the flavors of iced tea can help you cool off and refresh in minutes. Whether you're looking for a pick-me-up with powerful matcha green tea or a fruity tea punch featuring blueberries and lemon juice, you're sure to find a delightful flavor in iced tea. Refresh and delight your taste buds with the best iced teas to brew today.

The 6 Best Iced Tea Recipes to Cool Off With

Long Island Strawberry & Earl Grey Iced Tea



  1. Bring water and sugar to a rapid boil in a pan on the stove.
  2. Remove from heat and add in the strawberry and Earl Grey tea leaves.
  3. Let the tea steep for 10 minutes, then remove the leaves using a tea strainer.
  4. Pour the tea into a large glass pitcher and add the sliced strawberries and lemons. Use a wooden spoon to gently crush the strawberries and lemons to release flavor.
  5. Serve immediately in glasses filled with ice cubes or refrigerate for later use.

New England Breakfast Iced Tea With Mint



  1. Heat water until it reaches a rapid boil in a medium saucepan.
  2. Remove from heat and steep the tea leaves and mint sprigs for 5 to 10 minutes.
  3. Strain the leaves and let the tea concentrate cool to room temperature.
  4. Pour the tea into a large glass pitcher and add in the fresh lemon slices.
  5. Serve over ice and enjoy!

Organic Lemon Mango Cold Brew Iced Tea

Cold-brew tea is made by infusing tea leaves in cold water rather than boiling water. The steeping time takes several hours instead of several minutes, but cold brewing offers a unique way to brew tasty tea flavors.



  1. In a large glass jar, gently crush the mango and lemon slices using a wooden spoon.
  2. Pour in the cold water and add the loose leaf tea.
  3. Cover the jar with a towel and let sit for 6 to 9 hours to infuse flavor.
  4. When the tea is done brewing, pour into glasses filled with ice and enjoy!

Blackberry, Pomegranate, and Lemon Iced Green Tea



  1. Bring water to a rapid boil in a medium saucepan over high heat.
  2. Add the tea leaves and steep for 5 minutes.
  3. Use a strainer to remove the tea leaves and allow the tea concentrate to cool to room temperature.
  4. In a large glass pitcher, gently crush the blackberries and pomegranate with a wooden spoon.
  5. Pour the tea concentrate into the pitcher and enjoy! Garnish with a blackberry or mint sprig if desired.

Organic Ginger Turmeric Peach Iced Tea



  1. Bring water to a rapid boil then remove from heat and add in ginger and loose tea.
  2. Steep ingredients for 10 minutes, then allow the tea to cool to room temperature.
  3. Add the peaches to a large pitcher and gently crush them to release flavor.
  4. Pour the tea concentrate into the pitcher and serve in glasses filled with ice.

Raspberry & Strawberry Kiwi Iced White Tea



  1. Heat water and sweetener in a pan until it reaches a quick boil.
  2. Remove from heat and add in the loose teas. Steep for 10 minutes before straining and cooling the mixture to room temp.
  3. Crush the raspberries and kiwi in a large pitcher or individual glasses. Pour in the tea concentrate, garnish with one fresh raspberry, and enjoy!

Relish the Cooling Tastes of Iced Teas

Iced tea doesn't have to be just plain old black tea bags and a cup of sugar. The flavor opportunities are endless with fruity notes, floral flavors, and minty hints. Brew a glass of iced tea using your favorite herbal tea blends or discover new flavor inspirations with this list of the best iced teas. Mix things up with sweeteners or stick to natural flavors with unsweetened variations. Whatever flavor you choose, these refreshing drinks made with loose leaf tea are sure to quench your thirst.

All of these recipes can be brewed using hot water or cold-brewed by steeping the ingredients for several hours in cold water. Looking for other inventive ways to brew tea? Try brewing these recipes as sun tea — a process that infuses flavor by harnessing the power of the sun. Simply add the ingredients to a nonreactive, heat-proof container like a large glass jug. Place in direct sunlight for 6 to 8 hours to allow the leaves, petals, and other ingredients to infuse flavor. Sweeten as desired and sip your way to refreshing coolness on a hot summer day with ice tea brewed by the power of the sun.

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Erika Marty

As a digital nomad, I get to work from anywhere in the world and discover new teas every week. When I'm not working, you can find me mountain biking, hiking, and petting every stray dog I meet.

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