Iced Lemon Tea – Iced Tea

March 22, 2017 DrinksSummer Special  4 comments

It is getting warmer here and hotter in India. Am sure everybody is in the look out for something cold, be it a drink or ice cream. This Iced Lemon Tea is an easy-peasy refreshing drink with a hint of tea, mint & lemon flavour. Sounds refreshing right?!? This has been in my to-do list since a long time. Finally made as a start-up recipe for this summer. If u are a coffee lover, check my Cold Coffee recipe too!!

Now to the recipe..

 

Iced Lemon Tea My Magic Pan

 

[Preparation Time-5 mins : Cooking Time- 2 mins]

Iced Lemon Tea Ingredients:

  • Tea powder – 2 tsp or 1 tea bag
  • Water – 2 cups
  • Sugar – as needed
  • Mint leaves – 10
  • Lemon juice – 1 tbsp
  • Lemon wedges – few
  • Ice Cubes – few

 

Iced Lemon Tea My Magic Pan

 

Method:

  • Boil 2 cups of water in a sauce pan. Switch off the flame and add the tea powder or bag to it. Leave it for 5 mins. This will result in a medium flavoured tea. Strain it with a strainer and let it cool down.

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  • Add required sugar and lemon juice to the tea. Mix well. Take a serving glass and add a couple of lemon wedges, ice cubes and mint leaves. Add the tea to it and serve chilled.

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Thats it!! Iced Lemon Tea is ready!

Enjoy this refreshing drink chilled!!

 

Iced Lemon Tea My Magic Pan

 

Tips:

  1. Do not boil after adding the tea powder. Resting it for 5 mins will do. If u boil it, it will taste bitter.
  2. Add the lemon juice and lemon wedges just before serving. Else the Iced Lemon Tea will not look as clear as in the picture. It will look cloudy.
  3. U can use orange instead of lemon too.
  4. Adjust sugar according to your taste buds.

 

Iced Lemon Tea My Magic Pan

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