Lipton Tea, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Truthfully, Lipton Tea has always been a staple in our house. Bill loves tea. I use tea in other delightful drinks (recipe down below!). We always have several boxes on hand.
That is why I was excited to hear that Lipton’s new black and herbal varieties and improved green teas refresh the tea experience with bold and stimulating flavors, such as Enticing Chai, Pure Green, Orange Passionfruit Jasmine and Peach Mango. Lipton’s updated green teas have a light, fresh taste, bright clearer color and delightful aroma. Bold aromas and unique flavors join forces to put a twist on traditional black tea. Real ingredients combine with our best herbal tea blends to awaken the senses. The multi-sensory teas refresh standard tea time, creating an exciting and unique tea-drinking experience. You can check out the full line-up of Lipton Green, Black and Herbal tea flavors here.
Now, Bill drinks tea all day long. He brings it work with with him! He loves a ton of the new flavors (because, yes, we’ve tried them all). I, on the other hand, like to put a spin on my tea. Tea on its own is delicious. However, tea mixed in another drink is divine. Plus, this recipe is one from Wisconsin where I grew up. It is an old favorite. It makes an amazing slush that all of us adults can enjoy year round! We may have even had some to bring in the new year this year! (I made a double batch of it for a New Year’s Eve party. Needless to say, everyone loved it, and it went over really well!)
- 5 cups boiling water
- 4 teabags of Lipton Green Tea
- 1 cup white sugar I've used stevia in this recipe too
- 1 16 oz can frozen lemonade concentrate
- 1 16 oz can frozen orange juice concentrate
- 2 cups brandy
- 1 2 liter bottle of lemon lime carbonated beverage (I use diet. Bill uses regular. It's a personal preference)
- Steep Lipton Green Tea bags in 2 cups boiling water for 10 minutes.
- Add the remaining 3 cups of boiling water into a 9x13 pan.
- Stir sugar into the 9x13 pan until dissolved.
- Stir in lemon concentrate, orange juice concentrate, and brandy.
- Remove teabags and stir the tea into the mixture.
- Freeze overnight.
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