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Lipton Tea and Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail #FamilyTeaTime #Cbias

Lipton Tea & Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail #FamilyTeaTime #Cbias

 Lipton Tea and  Honey Sangria Mocktail #FamilyTeaTime

Lipton Tea and Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail

Even though the cool weather has made an appearance here in S.W.FL we are still sipping away at iced drinks.

Actually the weather stays pretty nice most of the year so we drink iced drinks all year long.

Most of the family enjoys flavored teas and I make them all the time.

Over the summer I made my first batch of Fruity Sangria for a summer party. The kids loved the look of the citrus fruits and berries floating around in the pitcher but of course they couldn’t drink any of it because it was made with wine.

So I decided to make a mocktail using the Lipton Tea and Honey pitcher packets so the kids could also enjoy a glass.

 

You can find the printable version of this recipe at the bottom of the post.

 

Lipton Tea and Honey Pitcher Packets are great to make a Mocktail Sangria

Sliced citrus and Lipton Tea & Honey Pitcher Packets Blackberry and Pomegranate Green Tea

Lipton happens to be the tea of choice in our family.  We use the tea bags all the time.  Matter of fact I have three boxes of Lipton tea bags in my pantry right now. Orange Pekoe, Black and Green Tea are our three favorites.

I headed out to Walmart to buy the ingredients I would need. In case you are wondering the Lipton  Tea & Honey Pitcher Packets are located on the tea and coffee aisle at Walmart.

Lipton Tea Honey Pitcher Packets Mocktail Recipe

Sliced citrus and Lipton Tea & Honey Pitcher Packet

The Lipton Tea & Honey packets make throwing this mocktail together a breeze. If you’d like you can prepare the tea and citrus slices ahead of time and chill overnight in the refrigerator the way you do with a traditional Sangria. This extra chilling time allows the citrus flavors to infuse with the tea for a stronger citrus flavor.

 Or you can mix it up right before you are ready to serve it to your family and friends.

Either way it is delicious.

Slice the citrus and mix the Lipton Tea and Honey pitcher packet with the quart of water. Allow the tea to sit for a few minutes. Occasionally shake it up so all the tea granules dissolve.

Slice the citrus and mix the tea with 1 quart of water.

Slice the citrus and mix the tea with 1 quart of water.

 

Add the citrus slices to the pitcher.

Lipton Tea & Honey #FamilyTeaTime

Add the citrus to the pitcher

Pour the Lipton Tea & Honey Blackberry Pomegranate Green Tea into the pitcher.

Making a Lipton Tea & Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail

add the tea to the pitcher of citrus slices.

Frozen Blackberries, Sparkling Grape Juice and ice cubes for Sangria Mocktail

Frozen Blackberries, Sparkling Grape Juice and ice cubes

 

Add the ice and the frozen blackberries to the pitcher.

 Lipton Tea Mocktail instructions add ice and  frozen blackberries to the pitcher

add ice and frozen blackberries to the pitcher

 

Pour in the Sparkling grape just and stir.

Lipton Mocktail add Sparkling Grape Juice

add Sparkling Grape Juice

 

Add more ice to a glass if you prefer and pour some of the Lipton Tea & Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail in.  Take a big sip and sigh a big ahhhh because it is so good.

Lipton Tea Mocktail Recipe

Glass of Lipton Tea and Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail.

  Ziplist Recipe below.

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Lipton Tea and Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail #FamilyTeaTime

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 1-2 quarts depending on the amount of fruit and ice used.

Serving Size: 1 glass

Lipton Tea and Honey Sparkling Sangria Mocktail #FamilyTeaTime

Ingredients

  • 1 Packet Lipton Tea & Honey Iced Green Tea Blackberry and Pomegranate Pitcher Packets
  • 1 quart Water
  • 1 Orange, sliced
  • 1 Lemon, sliced
  • 1 Lime, sliced
  • 2 cups ice
  • 1 1/2 cup Sparkling Grape Juice
  • 1 cup Frozen Blackberries
  • sprig of mint for garnish

Instructions

  1. Mix the Lipton Tea & Honey packet with the water, shake well and set aside.
  2. Slice the orange, lemon and lime and add to a pitcher.
  3. Pour the Lipton Tea & Honey into the pitcher.
  4. Add the ice and blackberries.
  5. Pour the Sparkling Grape juice in the pitcher and stir.
  6. Serve over more ice and garnish with a lime slice and a sprig of mint.
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Comments

  1. Great minds think alike! I love the addition of the sparkling grape juice! What a great idea to add a little fizz. I love these for the kids especially with New Years coming up.

  2. That looks AWESOME!! Great job!!!

  3. This looks amazing! I am pinning this so I can make it next Summer!

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