Fresh Ice Tea Recipes With Green Tea

Ice Tea Recipe

With the summer right around the corner, it is time we learn to beat the heat by churning up some delicious and healthy iced teas at home. In case you are bored with the same old cup of hot tea in the morning, we have a few recipes to spruce things up for your palate. The history of ice tea is an interesting one, back in 1904, Richard Blechyden accidentally iced down his tea, to give birth to this delicious trend!

Iced teas are a simple way of just jazzing up your brew, and they double up as coolants during summer. If the temperature is already soaring in your hometown, and you have been craving a soda every now and then, just make the healthy switch to iced teas. Not only is it more refreshing, but a much more healthy alternative which is packed full of antioxidants and nutrients. Green tea has turned out to be nothing less than an elixir over the years. Not only is it a lot less astringent than most teas, but it also has so much to offer in terms of health. So when you use green tea to make ice tea, it is a glorious combination of health meeting taste. In case you are worried, that you might not be able to come up with unique iced tea recipes, we have a few amazing iced tea concoctions, which are super quick, easy and of course delectable.

Mint Green Ice Tea

Mint is a calming and soothing herb, which has been used for centuries to aid digestion. Not only does it add a zing to your iced tea, but when consumed after a wholesome lunch, it is sure to help you digest your food much better. You can easily guzzle this one down with a heavy meal.


For this recipe you will need:
• ½ cup of mint leaves
• ¼ cup of peeled and sliced ginger
• 1/3 cup of honey
• 2 teaspoons of mint green tea, you can regulate this amount depending on how strong you want the tea
• 1 lemon

Combine water and ginger slices in a pot and bring it to boil. After boiling remove the pan from heat; add mint leaves and green tea. Cover the pot and let the brew steep for about 15 minutes after which strain the brew and mix in the honey and juice of 1 lemon. Be sure to transfer this delicious mix in a pitcher and refrigerate before serving. It is best served with ice and lemon slices.

Rose Green Ice Tea

Don’t you just love roses? Not only do they look exquisite and smell divine, but they also have many health benefiting properties. It is great for improving digestion, boosting the immune system and stimulating mood and sleep cycle. So if you love roses in all shapes and forms here is a quick recipe for you:

Rose Green Ice Tea
For this recipe, you will need
• 2 teaspoons Rose green tea
• 3 teaspoons of honey
• Rose petals
• Juice of 1 lemon
• 800 ml of water

Boil water in a pan set it aside. To the water, add rose petals and leave it for about an hour for the fragrance to get infused. Strain this water and add it in a jug; add sugar. Now take about two cups of plain water, and boil it, to this add 2 teaspoons of rose green tea and remove from heat. Let this mixture steep for 5 minutes and strain the brew. Mix the tea with the rose water infusion and let it refrigerate for a couple of hours before serving it with some ice and rose petals for garnishing.

Zesty Orange Green Ice Tea

Orange and tea is a powerful and delicious combination which has been experimented with both sweet and savory dishes. The zesty orange green tea has a vibrant taste to it and adds more character to your mundane green tea. It is perfect to sip on a hot afternoon. With notes of citrus, it balances the flavor of green tea. It has a mellow flavor and tastes best when served cold with ice.

Zesty Orange Green Ice Tea
For this recipe you will need:
• Zesty orange green tea
• 2 teaspoonful of honey
• ¼ cup freshly squeezed orange juice
• 1 orange wedge
• Sparkling water

Take around 8 ounces of boiling water and add the zesty orange green tea to it, let it steep for around 5 minutes, strain and add honey to the mixture, use honey depending on the level of sweetness you prefer. Steep the mix at room temperature until it cools down completely and adds the orange juice. Fill a glass pitcher with this mix add ice. Stir gently and serve chilled and orange wedges for garnishing.

Fresh Lemon Mojito Ice Green Tea

Lemon has a zesty flavor which adds a delicious twist to your green tea. It has many different health benefits and tastes really nice.

Fresh Lemon Mojito Ice Green Tea

For this recipe, you will need

  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 and ½ teaspoons of grated lemon peel
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 4 teaspoons of fresh lemon mojito tea

Pour water to boil in a saucepan, over medium heat. Reduce the heat of the water and add the low-calorie sweetener or sugar along with ground ginger to the mix. Let the mix gently boil for 7 to 8 minutes. Remove the mix from heat and adds the fresh lemon mojito tea to the mix. Steep the mixture for 10 minutes while stirring occasionally. Next up strain the mix and stir lemon juice int. Cover and refrigerate. Pour the tea into tall glasses and add ice cubes to enjoy.

Vanilla swirl Green Ice Tea

If you love vanilla ice cream, then this will be your most favorite tea. This vanilla incorporated green tea is a healthy alternative to gorging on vanilla ice cream. The brew is known as the “berry cream tea” among the Lebanese and “soft serve tea” amidst Scandinavians. This tea was a result of an experimentation in which vanilla was being integrated into the green tea and the decadent infusion turned out to be amazing.

Vanilla swirl Green Ice Tea

For this recipe, you will need
• 1 cup of water
• ½ teaspoon of honey
• Vanilla essence
• Milk cream
• 2 teaspoons of vanilla swirl green tea

Bring water to boil and add the vanilla swirl green tea to the mixture, let the brew steep for a few minutes and strain. Add sugar to the mix along with vanilla extracts in the remaining water. Stir until combined together and froth the simmering milk on top. If you want, you can dust the green tea powder on top for additional garnishing.

Pomegranate Green Ice Tea

Pomegranate is a storehouse of antioxidants and when coupled with green tea, it makes a delicious concoction. It helps to strengthen the immune system and keeps many diseases at bay.

Pomegranate Green Ice Te

For this recipe, you will need
• 2 teaspoons of pomegranate green tea
• 4 to 6 tablespoons of pomegranate juice
• 1 and ½ cup of boiling water
• 2 teaspoon of pomegranate juice

Steep the green tea mix in a pot of warm water for about 3 to 4 minutes, and strain the mixture. Mix in the pomegranate juice and add the pomegranate seeds. Once mixed, let the mixture cool down completely before refrigerating for a couple of hours. Serve with ice.

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