Planning a Spring Lunch: A Peach Iced Tea Recipe

Spring brings about warmer weather, which makes it the optimal time to plan for a few seasonal lunches at your home to catch up with friends that you have not recently had the chance to see. Whether you gather indoors for a quick meal and some chit chat or plan for a special occasion garden party, here is a delectable drink idea for you to pull together a memorable spring lunch with a refreshing sweetened iced tea recipe that everyone can enjoy!

Iced tea recipe
Iced tea after a spring lunch!

Iced tea allows you to dress up the beverage options that you serve when planning any type of fun and friendly event. Not to mention, you have the option of incorporating seasonal fruits like peach to make a signature lunch drink that is light and depending on how much sugar you add, low calorie!

Peach Iced Tea

  • 6 Tbsp. Black Tea
  • 6 oz. Peach Nectar
  • 3 Cups of filtered water
  • ½ Cup of Sugar
  • 1 Lemon
  • 3 Fresh Peaches
  • Instructions:

  • Boil the filtered water. Tea diffuses faster in hot water.
  • Allow the black tea to steep, using a filtering system. Remember that you will want to allow the tea to sit for longer if you prefer a stronger flavor.
  • Remove tea and stir in sugar while the water is still warm.
  • Add peach nectar and stir until it is thoroughly incorporated.
  • Refrigerate the tea mixture until you are ready to serve.
  • To serve – add ice, a sliced lemon wedge for the rim of your glass, and a few slices of fresh peach to soak at the bottom of the glas.

    Serve this flavorful and sweet tea with light a spread of foods like salads, sandwiches, or quiches to build a memorable spring lunch to share with your friends. To give your table and drinks a more rustic feel, you might even consider serving your new signature drink in medium sized glass mason jars - perfect for any outdoor or indoor event!

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