Thursday, June 21, 2012

Citrus Mint Tea

Cool and Refreshing!

The heat is amazing these last few days and calls for something cool and refreshing!


I hosted a ladies brunch this morning and served this refreshing Citrus-y Mint Tea. I am told my husband's Grandmother served this tea quite a bit and it became her signature drink, so I thought I would give it a try.


I had fun with the photo shoot as you can see ☺ but it really is too warm to work outside if there is nothing very pressing to do out there so I had plenty of time to play around with it. The blue hydrangeas and the calla lilies are favorites of mine too and were gifted to me a few years ago.


Ingredients:
2 cups fresh mint leaves, packed
3 cups cold water
Blend and put through a sieve.

Discard the leaves then add:
2 cups sugar
2 (12 oz.each) frozen lemonade concentrate
2 (6 oz.each) frozen orange juice concentrate

Add enough water and ice to make 2 gallon.


This would make really good slushies or Popsicles. Yum!!

Hope you're having a wonderful Thursday!

Click here for a bit of history that goes with the drink.☺

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~Blessings!~

5 comments:

  1. Wow! This looks so good--I would like to try it. Love the hydrangeas!

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  2. It looks so tasty and refreshing!

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  3. I found this on your MILs blog and have made it several times. It is DELICIOUS!!!

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  4. it's always fun to make something from generations before. And that looks very tasty!

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  5. I'm pinning this to my summer board. It was so hot here today (heat index over 100), I could probably drink an entire pitcher! So refreshing!

    Thank you for sharing your tea with See Ya In the Gumbo. I will be making this for sure.

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