Summer Ruby Red Iced Tea Lemonade

Ruby Red Ice Tea

What does your Iced Tea Lemonade look and taste like!? Ours is vibrant, refreshing, light and comes with every hint of relaxation and satisfaction!ย 

June is a very special month for me! {Besides the fact that it is my Birthday month :)} Growing up as a child, June was the month when school ended, summer vacation began, my birthday pool party planning went into full effect and lounging by the pool all summer with my iced tea lemonade by my side was all that mattered! So, as a tribute to my past and to the month of June, I wanted to share my favorite Iced Tea Lemonade recipe with you all!

Alvin’s of San Francisco has yet to fail me when it comes to their amazing coffees and teas. This refreshing drink not only looks lovely but it bursts with the flavors of ginger and hibiscus. No preservatives, all organic and full of Vitamin C. What I love most about this tea is the perfect balance of tart and sweet! My husband makes me make it for him all the time and there’s nothing else we would rather have than this cool, thirst quenching drink served in my lovely Anne Black “Black is Blue” Pitcher! <3

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Summer Ruby Red Iced Tea Lemonade

4 Cups Boiling Hot Water
2 Tbsp Alvin’s of SF Ruby Red Hibiscus Ginger Tea
1/4 Cup Honey
1/2 Cup Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice

1. Steep 2 Tbsp of Ruby Red Hibiscus Ginger Tea with 4 Cups of boiling water in a pot, stir and allow to cool.
2. Once the tea has cooled, strain the liquid into a pitcher.
3. Stir in the honey and lemon juice until the honey has dissolved.
4. Serve over ice to your guests with a cute straw!

Check out more recipes featuring Alvin’s of SF:

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Chef Alina
Los Angeles, CA

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