Tangerine Mint Iced Tea recipe

Tangerine Mint Iced Tea

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We’ve given traditional iced tea a new twist with tangerine and mint. The addition of fresh mint leaves makes this iced tea a cool and refreshing summer drink. And for mint lovers, it’s perfect any time of the year.

We grow mint all year long on our patio, so we always have mint leaves on hand. It’s an easy plant to grow in the garden or in a pot on a windowsill. With so many uses in the kitchen, from salads and flavored waters to soups and sorbets, we think mint is an ideal plant for an herb container.


  • Orange juice can be substituted for tangerine juice.
  • After I steep the tea, I transfer it to a large pan or heat-resistant pitcher where I mix everything together. Hot liquid can easily crack glass (speaking from experience), so I wait until the tea has cooled before I pour it into my glass serving pitcher.

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Tangerine Mint Iced Tea

  • Servings: About 1 1/2 quarts
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  • 3 cups boiling water
  • 3 cups cold water
  • 8 individual-size black tea bags, such as Lipton
  • 8 mint leaves
  • 3 tablespoons sugar, or to taste
  • 1/3 cup tangerine juice


Bring 3 cups of water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Remove from heat; add the tea bags and mint. Steep for 5 minutes. Remove the bags and pour the tea through a strainer into a larger pan, or heat-resistant pitcher, to catch the mint leaves. Discard the leaves. Stir in the sugar until dissolved. Add 3 cups of cold water and the tangerine juice. Stir to combine. Pour into your serving pitcher when cool.

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