Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins

Wonderful on a hot summer day.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine first 3 ingredients.
  2. Pour boiling water over tea mixture; cover and let stand 30 minutes.
  3. Remove tea bags and mint sprigs; discard.
  4. Transfer tea to a large pitcher, and add 3 1/4 cup water, pineapple juice, and lemonade concentrate; stir well.
  5. Serve over ice.
  6. Garnish with mint sprigs, if desired.


Most Helpful

This was so yummy. I used my own fresh mint. The fruit juice, tea and mint flavor combinations made for a cool, refreshing taste sensation. Sure helped us keep cool in the heat. Thanks Nurse Di.

PixieDust August 15, 2002

Served this at our 4th cook-out. Oh so refreshing and cool. Really helped us beat the heat. The mint/citrus flavor was to die for. I doubled the recipe. Great summer refresher. Thanks NurseDi.

Sunflower July 07, 2002

I am going to try this again before I rate it. I think the reason no one liked it was because I didn't follow the directions as written. I used limeade instead of lemonade and way more mint than the recipe calls for. The color of the drink was also off. I think the color was because of the green and orange of the juices. I also froze a little mint in ice cubes. When the ice melted, the mint "bloomed" in the glass. This freaked people out. 6/9/10 I tried this again. I used Bigelow Mint Medley Herb Tea instead of fresh mint but everything else was according to recipe. It was too sweet and the color was still not to my liking.

Chef Maria #2 June 09, 2010

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