From simple to spruced up, these iced tea recipes from some of America’s favorite BnB’s are sure to cool you down with a sweet sip.
June is officially Iced Tea Month, not that we really needed an excuse to drink the refreshing beverage, and with the start of summer and scorching weather on its way there is no better way to cool down than with these non-alcoholic sips. Whip up a few of our favorite secret recipes from BnB’s and inns around the country. The best part? All of your guests, young and old, can enjoy a tall, cool glass. Steep on!
Caribbean Iced Tea
The Olde Savannah Inn Bed and Breakfast Hotel sure knows how to cool down their guests with their homemade brew. Made with raspberry tea, pineapple juice, and fresh fruits, this blend is a great treat on a warm, lazy day. Get the recipe here.L.V. O’Connell
Palmer Iced Tea
At the Palmer House Inn, they know that sometimes, especially during a hot and busy summer, simple is best. Grab your favorite tea, some brown sugar, and freshly squeezed lemon juice for a simple, but so delicious glass. Get the recipe here.
Afternoon Mint Iced Tea
The Honest Cooking editorial team handpicks inspiring culinary stories to share with you that we think are beautiful. As an international online culinary magazine with the ambition to truly change the face of online food media we hope to create an inspiring place for serious culinary debate, salivating recipes, interesting food news and international food-fun.