Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 hr

Love this recipe--very refreshing. It's a Martha Stewart recipe.


  1. Place rhubarb into 3 quarts of water bring to boil reduce heat to a simmer; simmer for 1 hour.
  2. Place tea bags in water the last 6 minutes.
  3. Strain.
  4. Place into a 2-quart pitcher and add sugar.
  5. Chill in refrigrator; serve over ice.
Most Helpful

Kym, I thought this tasted more like regular iced tea, than an iced rhubarb tea, and after adding it to a glass of ice, it really diluted the flavor of the tea all together. I think one should cut back on the water, (as 3-quarts seems a bit much) or perhaps add a bit more rhubarb. Also, I thought more sugar should be added as well. Kym, I'm sorry that I wasn't able to give this recipe a better review, but I'm glad to see others here really enjoyed the tea, and thank you for posting the recipe.

Domestic Goddess July 14, 2009

Fantastic way to use up all that garden rhubarb. So refreshing and delicious. Will be making this often this summer, thank you very much for posting it!

Moor Driver June 28, 2009

Easy and very good. Used an herbal ginger zing tea, and the full amount of sugar. This has a delicate rhubarb flavour which is quite nice.

KellyMae June 03, 2009