Total Time
15mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

I absolutely love mangoes. And being from the South, I drink a lot of tea, iced tea in particular. So I decided to tinker with the idea of the combination of two of my favorite things. This is the result. You don't have to chill this unless you want to; just use ice. Also, the serving size is no where near accurate. I could drink the whole pitcher by myself. It really depends on your glasses and your thirst factor.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat the water and brew the tea as directed.
  2. Add the sugar and stir to dissolve. Cool slightly.
  3. Pour in the mango nectar and give a good stir.
  4. Serve over ice or chill before serving. I usually leave off the lemon in this cup o' tea.
Most Helpful

3 5

I love iced tea and crave fruity iced tea every now and then, but don't care for really sweet tea. I knew when I read that this recipe called for a cup of sugar that I would be cutting way back just because that seems like a huge amount of sugar. Anyway, I did cut it back to 1/3 of cup, but even that was crazy sweet. I 'm looking forward to making this again and just using the mango nectar only as the sweetener. I loved the flavor of the mango nectar and tea together. It was very refreshing. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

5 5

This was absolutely delicious.....I thought I had a can of mango nectar, but couldn't find it.....I did have a can on mangoes in juice, so I just whipped that up with my stick blender and used that! I sat and drank the entire recipe all by myself. Made for Comfort Cafe Snow Queen Chalet Jan 2010.

4 5

This recipe was made for the " Summer Comfort Cafe' " event on 7/14/09. Since I'm the only around here that drinks fruit teas , this recipe was cut in half.As some of the other reviewers stated, the mango nectar was a bit on the strong side. So if this is made again, I'm just just going to add " to taste ". " Keep Smiling :) "