7 Ways to Make Iced Tea

Last Updated June 20, 2016
Iced Tea Recipes

Summer goal: making all of these.

A simple brewed tea over ice -- sweet or unsweet -- is always a thing of beauty, but we love all of these variations, too. 
Photo courtesy of Pen Waggener, CC license 2.0.

Raspberry and Sweet Tea Summer Punch

Raspberry and Sweet Tea Summer Punch
The British adopted the drink we know as punch or rum punch in the 1600s from their Indian colonies. British sailors later introduced the concoction to the Caribbean islands, where it took off.

Love Potion Tea

In Ayurvedic medicine, Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic root commonly used for its tonic properties to enhance concentration, improve circulation and support the nervous system. It’s also considered a...

Iced Lime and Dandelion Tea

Iced Lime and Dandelion Tea
The appearance of dandelions is an unmistakable sign of spring. And even though some people loathe the weed, dandelions have amazing nutrient quality and they’re very versatile in the kitchen. If...

Fresh Lemongrass and Ginger Tea

This herbal tea is nice hot or iced. Include a lemongrass stalk ‘stirrer’ for a pretty presentation: Simply knot the grassy end of a stalk of fresh lemongrass, again and again, until it forms one...

Sun Tea

Isn't it radiant in the sunlight? Sun tea is a great way to brew tea in the summer when you want to avoid the kitchen and turning on the stove. Your camping companions will think you're brilliant too.