If you’ve been hiding from the heat for the past few days, it’s time to go outside and enjoy the sunshine! Summer is somehow almost over already, and there’s no better way to celebrate the last days of heat than with an iced tea treat! While tea cocktails are amazing, sometimes, you just want a little something special without the effects of booze. We’ve put together some of the iced tea mocktail recipes you need to try before the weather cools down and Fall arrives!
Classic Black with a Twist
Our Classic Black is an award-winning blend of Indian and Chinese black teas that tastes fantastic served iced. It’s full, round flavors make for the perfect glass of unsweetened iced tea, but should you want to kick things up a notch, you can try this take on Classic Black. With orange juice and a hint of Madagascar vanilla, this drink will serve up complex and relaxing flavors. If you’re hesitant to mix orange juice with black tea, just remember that Earl Grey Creme is a combination of citrus, vanilla, and black tea, too!
Amazing Arnold Palmers
Arnold Palmers might be a trusty go-to drink, but don’t rest on your Palmer-crafting laurels! You can make these half-lemonade-half-tea drinks even better. Using Matcha, Green Pomegranate, or Hibiscus Cooler, you can create Arnold Palmers that will wow your taste buds. You can follow any of these recipes, but you also shouldn’t be afraid to branch out and try making an Arnold Palmer using any of our Iced Teas!
Even More Options!
When it comes to blending iced tea mocktails, there are endless possibilities. You can mix different fruit juices, seltzers, sodas, and flavors with your favorite iced teas to create new flavor combinations. If you need more inspiration, check out this list of 25 mocktail recipes from Brit&Co. There’s something for everybody on this list.
Of course, you can also check out all of Art of Tea’s cocktails, mocktails, and more by visiting our blog.