Fruity Tea Punch

"This is my favorite! I usually use plain Lipton tea and fresh juices, but frozen reconstituted juice also works great. I like to float orange and lemon slices on top, or sometimes I make an ice ring filled with fresh mint leaves."
photo by Jessica K photo by Jessica K
photo by Jessica K
photo by Jessica K photo by Jessica K
Ready In:
3 1/2 quarts




  • Dissolve the sugar in the hot tea.
  • Stir in the juices.
  • Pour over a large block of ice (or ice ring made in a jello mold).
  • Just before serving add the 7-up and garnish with mint leaves or fruit slices.

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  1. Wow, this was delicious, and so easy! My husband and I both really enjoyed this, it was reallly refreshing. Thanks for posting!
  2. I have to admit I was skeptical about this. But it's really good! It's refreshing and citrusy but still tastes like tea! Thanks!


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