iced tea & lemonade

If you’ve ever had a shaken iced tea from Starbucks, you know just where I’m going here.  Like most coffee-house drinks it comes complete with a squirt of sugar – and like most drinks you can request it without the sugar, which I always do. I got mine with just a splash of lemonade which adds the perfect amount of flavor!

I know I’ll be making batches of this iced tea & lemonade throughout the summer, perfect for pool-side sipping!

Iced Tea with Lemonade

Brew tea in large pitcher and let cool. I used 4 of each tea bags. Serve over ice and sip slowly. Best served in the sun!

Comments

  1. says

    aka the Arnie Palmer… but we’ve had a bunch of people at the restaurant lately ordering their iced tea with a “splash” of lemonade! our black iced tea is unsweetened, and our hybiscus (sp?) raspberry is sweetened with stevia. our lemonade *does* have sugar, but it’s fresh squeezed!! you should swing by soon!

  2. says

    aka the Arnie Palmer… but we’ve had a bunch of people at the restaurant lately ordering their iced tea with a “splash” of lemonade! our black iced tea is unsweetened, and our hybiscus (sp?) raspberry is sweetened with stevia. our lemonade *does* have sugar, but it’s fresh squeezed!! you should swing by soon!

  3. says

    Yep, my husband orders the Arnold Palmer when we go to restaurants. He really enjoys them but I’ve never tried it. Next time I’m going to take a sip of his drink:)

  4. says

    Yep, my husband orders the Arnold Palmer when we go to restaurants. He really enjoys them but I’ve never tried it. Next time I’m going to take a sip of his drink:)

  5. says

    yay for an arnold palmer! that’s what my dad calls it – apparently the ol’ ice tea + lemonade is a drink made famous by a golfer. go figure.

  6. says

    yay for an arnold palmer! that’s what my dad calls it – apparently the ol’ ice tea + lemonade is a drink made famous by a golfer. go figure.

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