Recipe by MCBARTKO
"Tea, mint, sugar, orange and lemon juices make this a quick and easy, refreshingly delicious drink on a hot summer's day, given to me by a true Southern lady. Goes great with Cajun or spicy foods too. Every time I serve this someone asks me for the recipe!"
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orange slices for garnish
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I'm leaving a second review with a helpful note. We've found the tea tastes much better the second day after preparing. I try to let it in the refrigerator overnight and it's great the next day. It seems to take a while for all the flavors to blend together well. Also, now when I make it, I eliminate the tea bags. The result is a refreshing citrus mint with nice color. I continue to use stevia instead of sugar, thus a caffeine free, sugar free summer drink.
It's best to use no pulp orance juice and strain it before you freeze it.
Great tea, very refreshing! It makes approx. 2 quarts in case you wonder what size pitcher to use!
Really enjoyed this delightful tea/punch, made one minor adj. added 1/2 cup organic honey & cut back on the sugar content to half. Less sweet, with a milder flavor...perfect!
very nice! it's actually over a quart so cut back on the extra water at the end. next time I would add more lemon juice to "kick it up a notch". it is good as is, I think I will serve it at my next party.
This is a truly wonderful recipe. Old fashioned mint really makes it special.
I served this at a baby shower & it was a very big hit. I immediately had requests for the recipe!
Refreshing and different. It got mixed reviews, with my party-goers but I really liked it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mint Tea Punch
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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