Boozy Iced Tea Recipes

Boozy Iced Tea Recipes

For the tea lovers who want to party we've got the recipes for you.

If you were disappointed when you found out Long Island Iced Tea doesn't actually contain tea (same) then you've come to the right place. We've got 5 perfect recipes which are going to transform your summer BBQs. 

Spiked Arnold Palmer 

Perfect for a spontaneous cocktail when you don't have a cupboard full of ingredients. 

Fill a tall glass with ice cubes. 
Pour 2 shots of Vodka.
Top with equal parts iced tea and lemonade (we recommend out lemon iced tea)
Top with a mint sprig and lemon slice if you're feeling fancy. 
Southern Iced Tea 

This one is pretty strong so be warned but as US southerners are iced tea experts we're taking their word for it. 

Add several ice cubes to a tall glass. 

Pour in 1 shot vodka, 1 shot gin and 1 shot of light rum. 

Fill with lemon iced tea. 

Add sugar to taste if needed. 

Mint and lemon to garnish.


Because why shouldn't tea lovers get their own martini. 

Into a cocktails shaker add a handful of ice.

Pour in 1 shot vodka and 1 shot of lemon iced tea. 

Add 1 tsp of honey. 

Shake well and strain into a martini glass. 

Peach Flower Tea 

This one is perfectly light and apparently even loved by Gigi Hadid? It could be the new vodka pasta so get it perfected. 

In a tall glass add a couple of slices of lemon and muddle down. 

Once this is done add a handfull of ice. 

Pour in 60ml of white wine (Pinot or Chardonnay work best). 

Add a few drops of Angostura Bitters. 

Top with peach iced tea. 

Stir well and enjoy!

Raspberry Iced Tea Mojito

Our founders two favourite drinks, mojitos and iced tea. We couldn't help but mix them together. We know our raspberry iced tea hasn't launched yet but we couldn't resist giving you a sneak peak of one of the many recipes you could create with this!

In a cocktail glass add mint, 2 lime wedges and a hand full of raspberries. 

Muddle these down so the juice and flavours combine (I know most people just stir it but our way is best, trust me).

Add 1 shot of Bacardi or similar white rum. 

Mix well then pour into a tall glass. 

Fill half way with crushed ice. 

Top with half raspberry and mint iced tea half soda.

p.s you can add a splash of ginger ale for extra flavour. 

For those wanting to use our iced teas as a more simple mixer here is what they pair well with:




Rum (white or spiced)




Rum (white)


Raspberry + Mint

Rum (white or dark)


White Wine







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