Peach Lemonade ice tea

peach iced tea


Summer in Las Vegas is very hot and some times unbearable! After 4 years, living in Las Vegas,I still can’t tolerate the summer heat,neither can my daughter. We both love cold and rain,stepping in the paddles of water and playing on the rain.

One thing I love about summer in Las Vegas,though,is the abundance of fruits of any kind! But I always choose those I am familiar with and take me straight back to my childhood! Juicy,fragrant peaches and cold lemonade! I recently found an easy recipe for peach lemonade from Passion for savings and I said that I had to try it! I add lemon and garnish it with mint leaves and  I created a Peach lemonade ice tea. So refreshing and herbaceous!

peachy lemonade


Peach Lemonade syrup:

  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • 3 peaches,ripen and sliced
  • juice of two lemons

Green tea:

  • 6 cups of water
  • 3 green tea bags


  1. Bring syrup ingredients to boil. Then reduce heat to medium.
  2. Crush peach slices as you stir to dissolve sugar. Simmer for 4 minutes.
  3. Turn off heat,cover and let sit for 30 minutes.
  4. Boil water and brew tea letting steep 5 minutes.
  5. Remove tea bags and refrigerate until tea is completely cold
  6. Strain syrup through a fine strainer to remove fruit pieces.

Peach Lemonade syrup


Don’t toss them! They make incredible peach spread.


Add syrup to tea and serve over ice.


6 thoughts on “Peach Lemonade ice tea

  1. Seema

    This looks so delicious—I love this idea! Rita, What kind of sugar did you use for this recipe? And did you add those sprigs of mint at any point in the recipe? I can’t wait to serve this over the weekend!


    • Hi Seema! Thank you so much!
      I used granulated sugar,the sprigs of mint was more like an afterthought but it worked perfectly! I added the mint after it was cooled down,as a garnish. I hope you’ll enjoy it! Please let me know about your results 🙂


      • Seema

        Rita, This WAS absolutely delicious! Such a perfect idea for a summer day! Thank you again for such tasty creativity!


      • Seema,I am so glad you loved it! To make it a little bit for grown ups,I filled up a wine glass with 1/2 white wine and 1/2 with the peach lemonade.
        It was such a refreshing cocktail!


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