Mint Tea Punch

Mint Tea Punch created by Sharon123

Any southerner knows, there's nothing more refreshing than a glass of tea. Fresh mint sprigs are steeped to create the soothing taste of Mint Tea Punch! Enjoy! Adapted from Southern Living (March 2004)

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  • Pour 5 cups of boiling water over the tea bags; add mint sprigs. Cover and steep 5 minutes.Stir in sugar; steep 5 more minutes.
  • Remove tea bags. Pour tea through a fine mesh strainer into a pitcher, discarding the mint sprigs. Stir in concentrates and 7 cups water. Chill. Serve over ice. Enjoy!
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"Any southerner knows, there's nothing more refreshing than a glass of tea. Fresh mint sprigs are steeped to create the soothing taste of Mint Tea Punch! Enjoy! Adapted from Southern Living (March 2004)"

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  1. nsomniak6
    Super Yummy! Kids loved it, thanks!
  2. lauralie41
    Sharon 5+ star rating for this iced tea! I made the tea in my Mr Coffee tea maker and added 7 tea bags with the mint sprigs. Liked a bit of zip so added 3/4 cup of sugar instead of one cup and had pink lemonade on hand. The citrus flavors along with the mint is wonderful and very refreshing on a hot day. We will be making this again soon. Thank you so much hon for posting this recipe.
  3. lauralie41
    Sharon 5+ star rating for this iced tea! I made the tea in my Mr Coffee tea maker and added 7 tea bags with the mint sprigs. Liked a bit of zip so added 3/4 cup of sugar instead of one cup and had pink lemonade on hand. The citrus flavors along with the mint is wonderful and very refreshing on a hot day. We will be making this again soon. Thank you so much hon for posting this recipe.
  4. Two of a Kind
    I used 5 Tbsp of instant tea because that's all I had on hand. It was still excellent.
  5. Vicki in CT
    I used splenda instead with great results.
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