Spiked Tea Bar

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When it comes to hosting a refreshing summer shindig two words make all the difference. Open bar. Give your guests the gift that keeps on giving with this self-serve spiked tea and lemonade bar. See how you can mix and sip the day away when you break out these truly brewed delights.

 

Bourbon Peach Tea

You’ll have Georgia on your mind with this perfect mix of peach tea and bourbon.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Peel and slice 5 well washed peaches and place in 32 oz. mason jar. Fill with bourbon of your choice and seal and shake. Store in a cool dark place for a few days or up to a few weeks. When ready to use strain peaches from bourbon and reserve peaches. Fill pitcher with 1 part peach-infused bourbon and 3 parts Narino Peach Supertea. Adjust the bourbon to tea ratio based on your preference. Add four sliced peaches to pitcher. Keep in fridge until ready to serve. Serve with ice, bourbon peaches and thyme for garnish.

 

Spiced Rum Sweet Tea

It’s about time you started treating your taste buds with some southern hospitali-tea.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Fill pitcher with 1 part spiced rum and 3 parts Socorro Sweet Tea Supertea. Adjust the rum to tea ratio based on your preference. Add three sliced oranges to pitcher. Keep in fridge until ready to serve. Serve with ice, orange wedges and mint for garnish.

 

Spiked Lemon Tea

This refreshing lemon tea recipe is an absolute summer classic.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Fill pitcher with 1 part sweet tea vodka and 3 parts Tanzania Lemon Supertea. Adjust the vodka to tea ratio based on your preference. Add three sliced lemons to pitcher. Keep in fridge until ready to serve. Serve with ice, lemon wedges and mint for garnish.

 

Raspberry Vodka Tea

We still can’t grasp how raspberry tea got to be this good, but you won’t see us complaining.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Fill pitcher with 1 part vodka and 3 parts Rio Raspberry Supertea. Adjust the vodka to tea ratio based on your preference. Add two pints of fresh raspberries to pitcher. Keep in fridge until ready to serve. Serve with ice and more raspberries for garnish.

 

Must be 21+. Please Drink Responsibly.

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