I have made this recipe so many times (usually double it) and love it! I reduce the sugar to 1/2 cup and use 1/4 cup lemon juice as I rarely have whole lemons on hand. Thank you for this tasty way to use rhubarb. :)
wow this was good very pretty . next year im going to can this for later use thank you zaar tour 6
My husband who has never liked rhubarb is now trying to find a place in the backyard for a rhubarb plant. It is that good. This is going to become a staple in my family. I only used a 1/2 c. sugar and found it to be plenty sweet. Other than that, I followed the recipe as written.
I thought I would like this but WOW - it's soooo good!! Sweet/tart and refreshing, with the lovely fresh flavor of the rhubarb perfectly enhanced by a splash of lemon. This is a keeper - thanks for sharing the recipe!
I'm sorry,,,It's already been said. This really deliciously light and refreshing.I could'nt get any fresh rhubarb so I had to use the last of my freezer stock and yet it was full of flavour so I can only imaging how delicious it would be with fresh rhubarb. Thank you Studentchef, I know what we will be drinking this summer.
This is an excellent alternative to lemonade. I love it! Definitely going to be telling people about it. What a great recipe!
I would be tempted to describe this drink as more like a lemonade, rather than an iced tea. It is both tart and sweet like lemonade. What's great is that you can really taste the rhubarb flavor in it! Thanks for sharing your recipe, Studentchef. [Made for Name That Ingredient]
Fantastic!! Light, refreshing, beautiful color - we loved it.
Lovely, tart, and refreshing! I cut this in half but ended up using the whole lemon as it wasn't very juicy. I also added a couple Tbsp extra sugar. I hope you've tried this recipe by now because you're missing out if not! Thanks so much for sharing SC!
I doubled the recipe (I have a mess o' rhubarb) and used Splenda. What a marvelous summer treat. A great sweet/tart glass of goodness without the drawbacks of the commercial drinks full of chemicals. We hope to have a big screened porch built by next summer and I can already see us enjoying its afternoon shade with a full pitcher of rhubarb tea. :D