It’s summertime, it’s hot and it’s time to make a huge pitcher of Tasty Homemade Peach Tea!
I personally think there’s something extremely refreshing about a glass of ice-cold tea on a hot summer day. Skip the soda and the Koolaid and bring on the tea!
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Anyone who knows me well knows that I love tea. All kinds of tea. The best tea I have ever tasted came to me in the form of a gift from a friend. A couple of years ago, Sarah went to Africa for a work-related trip and her hotel was surrounded by tea fields. Before she journeyed back to the States, she purchased several bags of newly harvested tea to bring home as gifts.
Oh, my goodness! Talk about the absolutely BEST tea I have ever tasted in my entire life! Umm, um! Over the course of a few months, I consumed the entire bag of tea. Let me tell you, I thoroughly enjoyed every single drop! Since then, I have tried to locate that exact tea but to no avail. Perhaps someday Sarah will revisit Africa again. 🙂
Well, as you know my parents have a farm and on that farm, there are several peach trees. They have two types of peach trees: yellow and white peaches. For this recipe, we will be using the yellow peaches.
This tasty homemade peach tea recipe also calls for a garnish of fresh mint leaves. Not only do they provide a pop of color, but they also add a nice hint of mint flavor.
The combination of freshly brewed black tea plus peaches and mint is truly magical. Add a little sweetener, a little all-natural peach juice along with ice and you’re ready to enjoy this tasty peach tea!
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