Iced Green Tea Limeade

This recipe combines the healing power of green tea with ginger, which adds just the right amount of flavor and zing to the iced tea, making it an absolutely perfect, refreshing drink for a summer day at the beach.
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Iced Green Tea Limeade

Iced Green Tea Limeade

Serves 4



4 cups water

4 lemon green tea bags

¼ cup raw local honey, or to taste

1½ Tbs. ginger juice, or to taste 

Juice of 3 limes

Fresh mint leaves for garnish, optional 


1. Bring water to a boil and remove from heat.

2. Add tea bags and allow to steep for 10 minutes.

3. Remove tea bags and stir in honey until completely dissolved, rewarming tea slightly, if necessary.

4. Stir in lime and ginger juice.

For Full Pitcher:

1. Pour hot concentrate into a glass pitcher.

2. Add 1½–2 trays of ice, stirring to combine as it melts.

3. Garnish with mint leaves, if using.

For Individual Servings:

1. Pour concentrate into a quart-sized Mason jar and store in fridge.

2. To make tea, fill a glass with ice and top with concentrate to taste.

3. Garnish with mint leaves, if using.

PER SERVING: 80 cal; 0g pro; 0g total fat (0g sat fat); 21g carb; 0mg chol; 0mg sod; 0g fiber; 17g sugars



Great Greens

Greens aren't just good for your health-they're great. Green drinks, particularly, contain a healthy mix of nutrient-filled algae and grasses that offer detoxifying and alkalizing amino acids, minerals, and antioxidants