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    • Prep 5min
    • Total20min
    • Servings1

    This easy iced tea is sweetened with apple juice. Delish on a hot day!MORE+LESS-


    Updated August 4, 2016



    cups water


    mango black tea teabags


    cups chilled apple juice



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      Boil the water. Add the tea bags and let brew for 10 minutes.

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      While the tea is brewing, add the apple juice to a 1 gallon pitcher.

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      Strain the tea bags using a heavy duty spoon and a fine mesh strainer. Discard the used tea bags. Pour the brewed tea into the pitcher. Add enough ice to make it one-gallon. Chill until ready to serve.

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    Our Mango Magic blend is a sunny infusion of soft, juicy mango and uplifting black teas. A richly enchanting brew, it’s sure to revitalise you at any time of the day.


    3 Ahmad Tea Mango Magic teabags

    4-5 tbsp sugar or as per taste

    Mint leaves for garnishing


    1.Wash and peel the mango, cut into cubes, make puree by blending in a blender, and set aside.

    2.Brew Ahmad Tea Mango Magic teabags in a teapot with boiling water.

    3.Add sugar while tea is still hot, pour tea into a pitcher, add lemon juice and then place in the fridge until chilled.

    4.When chilled, combine mango puree with prepared mango magic tea and mix well.

    Mango Iced Tea Recipe

    • 1 quart of water
    • 2 mangos
    • 4 tea bags (or however many your packages directs you to use for 1 gallon of tea)
    • 3 Tablespoons Truvia-type sweetener* or 1 cup sugar
    • 3 quarts water

    1. Heat first quart of water in a sauce pot.
    2. Peel and chop mango, and add to hot water.
    3. Bring to a simmer, and let simmer for five minutes
    4. Add tea bags and let steep for five minutes or more
    5. Strain into a pitcher or jar
    6. Stir in truvia or sugar
    7. Add remaining three quarts of water.
    8. Refrigerate.

    *P.S. I say Truvia-type, because truthfully, I’ve never used Truvia brand. We a local store brand in Truvia-shaped containers which is much cheaper.

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    In our last few weeks in Southeast Asia I ate mangoes every day!

    I just knew how much I was going to miss this juicy, sweet, fruit so, I made sure to enjoy it as much as possible while I could. Every time we went out I picked up at least a couple of mangoes from the street vendors – the riper the better!

    I also tried hard to think of another way to use mangoes other than just eating them fresh (not that there is anything wrong with that).

    Unfortunately, I couldn’t find fresh mint leaves so an adaption of my mojito mocktailwasn’t an option. Finally, I came up with the idea to flavor iced tea with mango. What could be more refreshing than iced tea and mangoes combined? Better yet, the mango can be a natural flavoring!

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    Then, I mixed the puree with fairly strong, brewed black tea. I found a ratio of 1-part mango puree to 2-parts brewed tea to be ideal. This makes the tea sweet and full on mango-goodness but not too sweet. See, I like sweet tea just as much as the next person, but I think there is a line as to how sweet it should really be. I think the mango made it just the perfect amount of sweet!

    I gave approximate volume amounts in the recipe but obviously the amount of puree you get will depend on the size of mango you use. So, if you have different amounts than the recipe, you’ll know to add twice as much tea as mango puree. (You can also make the puree from frozen mango, just let the chunks thaw first).

    The mango I used was super ripe and sweet, so I actually had no need to add any sweetener. If you like it sweeter, you can add honey, sugar or other sweetener to the finished tea.

    This mango sweet tea is great if you simply enjoy sipping sweet tea by the pool on a hot day, or for a fun summer party! I find sweet tea so refreshing and I can’t get enough with the added fresh mango! I hope you’ll give this little twist on sweet tea a try and if you do, please tell me what you thought! Also, if you tried something different or have any neat pictures, I would love to see them! Comment below or even send me a direct message! I love hearing from you guys and thank for reading!