Orange Iced Tea


Orange Iced Tea is combination of tea and citrus flavors in an iced tea. Iced tea is a good way to enjoy tea in the hot weathers so by adding citrus fruits, these summer drinks help tp satiate the tea and a chilled drink needs one has in summers.

A variety of iced teas can be prepared using lemons, oranges, sweet lime, peaches, pineapples or strawberries.

The recipes of flavored teas can be had cold and warm both, making them versatile as per season. The Hot Lemon Tea is one such recipe which can be had cold and warm. Other than that, Iced Coffee | Frappé and Aamras are also some summer recipes to check.

This post has been in my draft since Xmas. Using leftover is my Achilles heel.

I made this Iced Tea way back then but didn’t post as it was too wintery to enjoy Iced Tea.

I used up Candied Ginger Syrup already as Ginger Ale. It’s time to use the leftover from Candied Orange Syrup.

Orange Iced Tea
Orange Iced Tea

I am not a tea drinker. I rarely drink it. Ever.

So I was quite sceptical when I made this tea. But all my apprehensions were ill-found.

The tea is very refreshing and soothing as a Summer Cooler. It is perfect as on-the-go drink with goodness of citrus fruit in it.

Orange Iced Tea
Orange Iced Tea

It is quite simple to make too.

Over to the refreshing goodness.

Orange Iced Tea

An awesome way to use up leftover Candied Orange Syrup after Christmas Baking. Orange Iced Tea
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Total Time20 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Vegetarian
Keyword: Bevarage, Quick & Easy
Servings: 750 ml


  • 3-4 tea bags or 1 tbsp loose tea leaves
  • ½ cup Candied Orange Syrup
  • ½ cup lemon juice
  • ice cubes
  • water
  • to taste sugar optional
  • fresh mint leaves


  • Boil 2 cups of water, place loose tea in a Japanese closed strainer in it for 5 minutes.
  • Pour 2 cups of water into the mix, and add sugar or lemon to taste. Pour this mixture into a pitcher.
  • Refrigerate for 2-3 hours.
  • Add sugar syrup. Stir this into the mixture.Adjust as per your taste.
  • You can sprinkle sliced fruit with a bit of lemon juice.
  • Add the fruits slices to the pitcher. Stir it around until the fruit mixes in with the black tea and floats evenly in the pitcher.
  • Serve the tea. Pour the tea into a glass filled with ice. Add a sprig of mint to the top.


  1. You can replace oranges with any diced fruit like Peaches, Pineapples, Strawberries, Raspberries and Apples.
  2. You can add more sugar if you like. We prefer mildly sweet only.

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  1. Wow this was refreshing!!

    1. Thanks. Yes it is indeed!

  2. The wonder Ginger ale has so many fascinations built up inside my mind and your recipe looks refreshing. Great Going Deepali!

    1. Hey Thanks for your kind words.

  3. Reading itself was refreshing I can imagine the prepared stuff! Heavenly!

    1. Ya Indrani. Indeed it was.

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