3 Reviews

I've never seen Strawberry Snapple Tea in the stores, but seeing how I LOVE Iced Tea, I had to give this recipe a try. I did however, modify the recipe to my liking. I used 8 regular size tea bags, so the taste of tea would come through like the bottled version of Snapple Tea. (I always use 1 tea bag per 8 ounces of water whenever I make ice tea, to give iced tea that wonderful tea flavor.) Mirj, I did add 1 cup plus 1-2 tablespoons of granulated sugar, and added 1½ tablespoons of Watkins Imitation Strawberry Extract, as the 1 tablespoon was not enough to give this iced tea a good strawberry flavor. I did not find this tea had a bitter taste like another reviewer posted. I enjoyed the tea and would make it again, but with the modifications I made. If I had to make as is, I would probably give/rate this recipe with just 1 star, as it does need tweaking in order to get more of that tea and strawberry flavor. But I think this is a good basic recipe to start with. Was glad to of found this recipe, and Mirj, thank you for sharing the recipe!

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Domestic Goddess August 30, 2013

Haven't tried Snapple tea before. This tea was different. Maybe, it was the tea I used but this had a little bitter taste. Thanks Mirj. Bullwinkle.

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bullwinkle July 08, 2006

This is really good! And I don't even usually like tea with any type of sweetener in it. I think the strawberry flavor balances it out and gives a flavor that is a cross between strawberry nectar and iced tea, neither one being really more dominant. I made this for my daughter, who likes buying flavored tea in those little bottles ($$$$$) so this is going to be a great way for me to save a little cash by making something similar at home. Thanks for posting!

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Sue Lau September 15, 2004
TSR Version of Strawberry Snapple Iced Tea by Todd Wilbur