Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea

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Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea is made with a fresh berry simple syrup, lemons and Celestial Teas Wild Berry Zinger Herbal Tea for a refreshing mixed berry beverage for the warmer months.

It is finally time- time for warmer weather and hanging outside with a cold beverage in hand to soak up some sunshine. My go-to cold beverage is iced tea and Celestial Teas is helping me great some amazing flavors like this Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea.

Celestial Teas

No matter the time of year, no matter the weather, Celestial Teas has the perfect tea for my needs.  Unlike plain teas, Celestial Teas have more flavor so they are great on their own without any sweetening. Zero calories, zero sugar tea that tastes great iced! You can also add the tea to a mocktail, sangria, lemonade or more to make your favorite beverages even more delicious.

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Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea

Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea is a refreshing drink made of a medley of berries with a hibiscus note. The sour lemons create a great balance to the fruitiness. Make a pitcher, grab a few friends and enjoy this beautiful weather.

Tips & Tricks

Any berries can be used in this recipe! I did a mix of strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and blueberries.

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Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea

Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea is made with a fresh berry simple syrup, lemons and Celestial Teas Wild Berry Zinger Herbal Tea for a refreshing mixed berry beverage for the warmer months. 
Servings 8 servings

Ingredients

Wild Berry Tea

  • 6 tea bags Celestial Teas Wild Berry Zinger Herbal Tea
  • 4 cups water

Wild Berry Lemonade

  • 3 cup water
  • 1 1/2 cups fresh fruit mix of blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and raspberries
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 4-5 lemons large

Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea

  • 4 cups Wild Berry Lemonade
  • 4 cups Wild Berry Tea
  • fresh berries
  • lemon slices
  • Ice

Instructions

Wild Berry Tea

  • Bring 4 cups water to a rolling boil.
  • Remove from heat and add Celestial Teas Wild Berry Zinger Herbal Tea bags. Let steep for 4-6 minutes. Remove bags and set to the side to cool. 

Wild Berry Lemonade

  • Wash the fresh fruit and slice strawberries. 
  • Add 1 1/2 cups fresh fruit to a saucepan with 1 cup water and 3/4 cups sugar. Bring to a low simmer for 7-8 minutes to make a simple syrup. 
  • Pour the simple syrup through a mesh strainer and discard of the pulp let behind. 
  • Let the simple syrup cool as you juice the lemons. 
  • Use a reamer or citrus juicer to juice 1 cup worth of fresh lemon juice. 
  • Mix the lemon juice with the simple syrup and add 2 cups of cold water. 

Wild Berry Lemonade Iced Tea

  • Fill a pitcher with ice and a few lemon slices. 
  • Add Wild Berry Lemonade and add Wild Berry Tea. Stir. 
  • Pour into individual glasses full of ice and fresh berries. Serve.  

 

What is your warm weather go-to beverage? Iced tea? Lemonade? Let me know in the comments below.

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