By NorthwestGal on May 28, 2010
Photo by Baby Kato
Photo by Baby Kato
"This is a recipe I found in my cookbook called Favorite Brand Name Classic Recipe Collection. It's really easy to make and the oranges offer a really refreshing citrus boost to the iced tea. I didn't include chilling time in the preparation time."
Serving Size: 1 (323 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Really, whats not to love? I made this last night and let it sit in the fridge. This morning I had a glass along with a spicy Indian egg dish for breakfast. I sweetened with Splenda and enjoyed every sip. Made for ZWT 8."
"What a terrific recipe NWG. This beautiful tea is refreshing and soothing. It has a wonderful orange flavor. Made exactly as written for a memorable cup of tea. I used earl grey and orange ginger tea bags, wild flower honey and cara cara oranges. It was quick and easy to make. Thanks for sharing. Made for the Fearless Red Dragons - ZWT8 - Great Britain"
"Super easy and refreshing! I tried three different flavors of tea: regular Earl Grey, Lady Grey and Irish Breakfast-all by Twinnings. I don't think I've ever used brown sugar in my iced tea and I enjoyed the flavors together! Perfect! Reviewed for ZWT 8!"
"Love this! I made it how we like it here in georgia--with sugar added to the tea while its hot, mix in well and then once its chilled, its already sweetened and you can just pour it over a tall glass of ice. Very, very good! I added some fresh squeezed orange juice to it from the peeled oranges and it made it even more orangey and delicious! I also sweetened it with brown sugar instead of the usual white sugar, and it came out fantastic! I did have to use a lot to make it sweet like we like it, but its worth it! Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT8."
"Thanks for posting Northwestgal! This is very nice. I made it with black tea, honey and served with orange slices. Made for the June's tag game -ORANGES in the Spain/Portugal Forum."
"This is so delicious. I made a large pitcher (doubled the batch) and it was gone fast. I will be making this all summer long! Thank you for sharing! Made for Swizzle Chicks and ZWT6."
"I loved the smell of the orange peel steeping in the tea. I used decaf black tea. Thanks! Made for ZWT#6 by a Looney Spoon Phoodie!"
"This was a really great drink. I didn't know what kind of tea to use so I used lemon tea, and I have got to tell you that the combination of lemon, orange, and honey is just amazing. Will most likely make this again!"
"I needed this today! I love lemons in iced tea, so this was a perfect taste sensation! I will remember to do this quite often from this time onward. I made this in the morning prior to leaving and boy upon my return home, I thought I was at a spa! Served with stilton date dip with crackers. Aw, a perfect afternoon with iced tea! Made for ZWT 6 2010"
"What a lovely change from the ubiquitous lemon Iced Teas. Thoroughly enjoyed this. Thank you for posting! Made on behalf of the Looney Spoon Phoodies - ZWT6"
"Just what I needed! Made for a mini tea party for one for ZWT6"
"Very nice. My tea had just a faint hint of orange in the background which was nice, but I am sure as it sits longer it will become more bold in nature. I enjoyed it and it was very easy to make. Made for ZWT6 for my fellow SSaSSy."
"SO refreshing and SUCH a delight after a hot and hard day in the garden! I made this in the morning and then served it with ice, orange slices and fresh mint sprigs during and after lunch. The orange really permeates the tea and it is so fresh, a lovely addition to my summer non-alcholic drinks ideas, many thanks Vickie! Made for the Oranges event in the Spain/Portugal Forum and for the Magic of Herbs event in the Photos forum. Merci! FT/Karen :-)"