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Mango Herbal Iced Tea

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Refreshing Mango Herbal Iced Tea made with mango Torani® Syrup and regular herbal tea bags for a refreshing, thirst quenching drink.

Lemon Mango Herbal Iced Tea in two glass jars with lemon and mango garnishes

We love herbal tea and recently decided to experiment making herbal iced tea at home. Since it’s really similar to making regular tea it’s really simple. The hardest part is having to wait for the tea to chill to drink.

I chose to do some experimenting with Torani® Syrups with two different flavors of herbal tea. The two flavors I chose were Lemon and Raspberry.

I preferred the Mango Raspberry combo over the Lemon Mango but everyone in my family thought they were both tasty. My husband asked the next day if we had any more iced tea and I felt bad telling him he already drank it all. We will be making this again and again.

Torani syrups on a store shelf

Where can I find Torani syrups?

It was really easy to find Torani® Syrups at my local Ralph’s. They were located on the same aisle as the coffee and teas.

They seem to always be located right smack dab in the middle of the aisle about eye level or above.

If you need help, follow this link to locate Torani syrups near you.

How to save money on Torani syrups?

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Right now you can get save $1 on any one Torani® Syrups and Sauces. Here’s how you find the coupon:

  1. Search for the offer on Ralph’s coupon gallery on their website (or click on the picture above).
  2. Once you find the offer, just clip it to your card.
  3. Redeem it the next time you go to the store with no coupons you need to bring with you. Because I always forget my coupons. Just saying.

When I was telling my friend about this post she said it sounded like a fancy coffee house drink. It’s my favorite kind of recipe- sounds fancy but it’s so easy.

Considering my cup of tea often sits around getting cold because I get distracted, it’s not as hard as you may think. Here’s how to do it.

Step by step how to make herbal iced tea

How to make herbal iced tea:

  1. Pour boiling water over tea bags in a cup or pitcher. I chose to do it in cups because I am impatient and don’t have space in my fridge for a pitcher.
  2. Allow the tea to steep for 3-4 minutes, or longer if you prefer it that way. Remove the tea bags from the cup or pitcher.
  3. Wait for the tea to cool down to room temperature before transferring to the fridge. Chill until cold.
  4. Add sweetener of choice, I used Torani® Syrups to add extra flavor and as my sweetener of choice.
  5. Pour into a glass (if it’s not already) and add ice.
  6. Add garnishes if you desire.

Adding garnishes to a glass of mango herbal iced tea

So easy! So good!

Torani flavors are made with pure cane sugar and natural flavors and I love how creative you can be with just one flavor. Mango syrup has been our syrup of choice lately. They are made to bring out the best in your drinks so you can create your own delicious blends your way.

Not only can you use them in sodas or iced tea, use them in hot chocolate too! I’ve even added Torani flavors to whipped cream and cakes!

We love setting them out at parties (and everyone has fun making their own signature drink) but we also like to bring them out for a quiet night at home too. They are just a fun way to make the moment extra special and I’m all about those simple little moments.

Raspberry mango and mint on a toothpick and lemon and mango slices

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Mango Raspberry Herbal Iced Tea in glass cups with garnishes and straws

Mango Herbal Iced Tea (Two Ways)

Lemon Mango Herbal Iced Tea in two glass jars with lemon and mango garnishes

Mango Herbal Iced Tea

Refreshing Mango Herbal Iced Tea made with mango Torani® Syrup and regular herbal tea bags for a refreshing, thirst quenching drink.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Chill time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 92kcal
Author: Jade Jones

Ingredients

For Iced Tea

  • 2 tea bags lemon or raspberry
  • 12 oz boiling water
  • 2 Tbsp Mango Torani® Syrup
  • Ice

Garnishes (optional)

    For Mango Raspberry combo

    • 2 Mint leaves
    • 1 Raspberry
    • 1 Mango slice

    For Lemon Mango combo

    • 1 Lemon slice
    • 1 Mango slice

    Instructions

    • Pour boiling water over tea bags in a cup or pitcher.  I chose to do it in cups because I am impatient and don't have space in my fridge for a pitcher.
    • Allow the tea to steep for 3-4 minutes, or longer if you prefer it that way.  Remove the tea bags from the cup or pitcher.
    • Wait for the tea to cool down to room temperature before transferring to the fridge.  Chill until cold.
    • Add sweetener of choice, I used the mango Torani® Syrup to add extra flavor and as my sweetener of choice. If you need additional sweetness use sugar or honey to taste.
    • Pour into a glass (if it's not already) and add ice.  Serve immediately.

    Notes

    Other flavor combos that would be worth a try- Mango Mint, Mango Mandarin Orange, Mango Vanilla
    Feel free to experiment with flavor combos of your own!  So many flavors to try, so little time.

    Nutrition

    Calories: 92kcal | Sodium: 17mg | Sugar: 23g | Vitamin A: 85IU | Calcium: 10mg
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