I wanted to have tea but without as much black tea flavor, and I found this recipe on allrecipes.com. I left out the white sugar because the Old Orchard Juice was sweet enough. I don't like sugar in my tea or coffee so you may want to add it if you prefer sweet tea. This was really simple and tasty. Thanks for posting!
I love this! Nice refreshing beverage and great for company!
What a great and refreshing iced tea! I would not have thought to combine cranberry juice and tea but it really works. I used Splenda instead of sugar and really enjoyed this light and fruity tea - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Comfort Cafe Event, July 2009
Loved the color but not quite sweet enough to suit us, still thoroughly enjoyable. Made for the (summer) Comfort Cafte.
This was good and makes a lot so is good to serve at a party, which I did!
Oh I was so glad to see this posted. It's one of my very favourite summertime beverages. I always use decaf tea bags to watch my caffeine intake. This is a refreshing tea to add to the upcoming Memorial Day cookouts.
We drink a lot of iced tea, and I was getting tired of the same flavor all the time. This was a great tasting change of pace. I used Splenda and decaf tea bags. Delicious!
This is so refreshing, and such a gorgeous color! I'll make this again, since it's better and far less expensive than the junk I can buy at the store. My husband is a big juice drinker and he's enjoying this very much. Thanks for such a good and easy recipe.
I made a batch of this up today and I really love it ~ even though I could NOT find cranberry juice concentrate in any of my stores. I used a can of passionfruit juice instead but otherwise made as posted. As soon as I can find cranberry concentrate, I will be using that. I do think this will be good with any type of juice. It's very easy to make. Thanks for posting a keeper!
This is a refreshing, crisp, brightly flavored tea. I made two batches--1 with cranberry juice concentrate and the other with mixed berry juice concentrate (I accidentally picked up the wrong thing). Both were fantastic. Thanks, KC Cooker, for posting this recipe.