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Southern Fruit Tea Recipe

By: Angie Holden from
Southern Fruit Tea Recipe
Southern Fruit Tea Recipe

"This southern fruit tea recipe will really hit the spot on a hot summer day. Mix it half and half with sweet tea for a unique combination that is perfect for sipping on a rocker on the front porch."

NotesThis is a great recipe anytime of the year but summer is when I really love to add southern fruit tea to the menu of any party I am hosting. Whip up a batch and give it a try! It will be your go-to recipe from now on! Don’t forget to serve it up in your favorite mason jar glass for a true southern experience.

Makes18 servings


  • 1 gallon water (divided)
  • 4 family size tea bags
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple/orange juice concentrate
  • 1 cup frozen lemonade concentrate
  1. Bring 2 cups water to a boil in medium saucepan. Add tea bags, remove from heat and let stand for 5 minutes.

  2. Once steeped, remove tea bags.

  3. Add sugar and stir until dissolved. Add to a gallon size pitcher.

  4. Stir in pineapple/orange juice and lemonade concentrates.

  5. Add remaining water and stir well.

  6. Pour over ice to serve.

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I have made this iced tea before.It was delicious. I did like the lemonade in it. I have recently discovered how to make tapioca bubbles from this site and those could be put into this tea! Wouldn't that be lovely? This is a great place for lots of ideas.

What a lovely combination of flavors! Iced tea made by dissolving the crystals in water is what I'm more used to so it will be good to try this recipe. It seems like a nice blend of fruit punch and regular tea. I also make iced tea by boiling cinnamon bark and adding ginger pieces while it's still hot, then chilling the mixture. It's a really calming drink.

This look like a yummy ice tea recipe and so fruity. I can't wait to make it. It really refreshing and definitely what I need on these hot summers days to give me kick when you are feeling lethargic. I like the way there is lemonade in it as well. I think that will add another dimension to tea and no iced tea I have ever made has had lemonade in it so I am looking forward to trying this.

This sounds so refreshing! I like the fact you can stock up on frozen fruit concentrates and make this fruit tea whenever you are in the mood. Check for store sales and coupons for the concentrates. I have been wanting a refreshing tea in the winter and this fits the bill!

I have been looking for drink alternatives for a while now. I have recently picked up the bad habit of having a Cherry Vanilla Pepsi everyday. I would have never thought to add pineapple or orange juice to the tea. I added half of both and it was amazing. It gave the tea a nice topical taste.

This Southern Fruit Tea Recipe is very refreshing especially on a hot summer day. The sweet blend of tea and frozen fruit juices is a real treat just right to quench the thirst of someone who has been exposed to the heat for a long period of time. This fruit tea recipe is also very rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin A, and phytochemicals


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