Mango Mint Iced Tea Recipe

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Mango Mint Iced Tea Recipe

Summer time is here and the first thing that reminds me of summer is drinking Lipton ice tea that my mom would make in huge pitchers when I was a kid. I remember her making it with hot water in the kitchen for hours. Now, Lipton makes it easy to make Fresh Brewed iced tea with Lipton Cold Brew Tea Bags. No Boiling is required! It is the perfect thing for hot summer days because you do not need to slave over a hot stove to make awesome iced tea.

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I found these awesome Lipton Cold Brew Tea Bags at Walmart as I was shopping with the munchkin for t-shirts and socks for her dad. She is now sitting in the cart and loves to look at everything from the new perspective.

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I recently started a herb garden in my yard starting with mint and basil. I came up with the idea for Mango Mint Iced Tea because I can get both in my yard. The mangoes are a hot commodity in my neighborhood because people and ducks steal them off the tree and as they drop off the tree  all the time. Last year, I was only able to get one good mango. This year I am out there every day grabbing mangoes so that I can use them in my daughters fresh baby food and now for my new Summer refreshment Mango Mint Iced Tea.

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Mango Mint Iced Tea Recipe
Recipe type: Drink
Cuisine: Summer Drinks
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
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Serves: 4
  • 4 medium sized ripe mangoes or 2 Large Mangos ~ 3 cups of mango pulp
  • 1 Pitcher of Filtered Cold Water
  • 1 Cold Brew Family Size Tea Bag or
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice
  • Lemon wedges or rounds to garnish
  • 2 Tablespoons of Light Agave Nectar
  • 10 Mint Leaves and extra springs to garnish
  1. Peel and chop mangoes.
  2. Puree the Mangoes in a blender or large food processor.
  3. Fill pitcher with cold water ¾ of the way full.
  4. Add Cold Brew Family Size Tea Bag into cold water and steep as directed for 5 minutes.
  5. Pour the tea in a blender or large food processor.
  6. Add the mango puree, lemon juice, 10 mint leaves, no stems, and light agave nectar.
  7. Blend everything till smooth.
  8. If there is still room in the blender, you can blend the ice cubes in in it. If not, add ice cubes to the pitcher.


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Meet the Author


April is a Wife, Mother, Real Life Fashionista in South Florida with a passion for life, fashion, beauty and family. She loves writing, taking photos, getting dolled up, playing with puppy, Harrison Ford and spending time with my hubby and new baby daughter.

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  • Lena B

    Such a delicious summer drink – I do drink a lot of tea, but rarely make ice drinks

  • The JetSet Family

    Wow – this looks amazing. I cannot wait to try making them.

  • Debi@The Spring Mount 6 Pack

    I bet that would be fantastic on a hot day, like today. And I have some fresh mint already growing in the garden.

  • Jennifer Medeiros

    This sounds like such a refreshing and delicious summer drink! It is perfect for these hot Florida days.

  • Kelly Hutchinson

    I have never had mango tea, but it sounds very intriguing! I love how easy the Lipton cold brew teas are, and they are so yummy!

  • Laura O in AK

    This sounds so refreshing for a warm, summer day. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Monique Abrahamsen

    Great idea, I have a mint plant and I’m always looking for ways to use up the mint. It grows so abundantly!

  • Monique

    This recipe didn’t quite work out for me-the mango purée made the iced tea too thick and more like a syrup than a tea! Maybe use mango juice instead for better consistency?

    • How ripe was your mango? The more ripe the mango the softer it gets. I would wait until the mangoes are very ripe.

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