Stay Hydrated with Raspberry Green Iced Tea

Stay Hydrated with Raspberry Green Iced Tea
This shop about Raspberry Green Iced Tea has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone and should not be taken as medical advice. #HealthyAndHydrated #CollectiveBias

It’s warmer out and we all know it is important to stay hydrated. While I am a big water drinker, let’s face it, that can be boring. I often need a little boost mid day especially after being outside on a hot day. This is when I would enjoy a nice glass of cold Green iced tea but worry about the caffeine in the middle of the day.

I am one of those people that can not drink caffeine after noon or I am up all night. In order to encourage hydration during the summer and mix things up from always drinking water, we have created this yummy Raspberry Green Iced Tea.

It not only has the benefits of green tea but with the addition of a pack of Raspberry Emergen-C  you get 7 B vitamins that enhance energy naturally without caffeine and more Vitamin C than 10 oranges.

Raspberry Green Iced Tea recipe

Raspberry Green Iced Tea

Summer is a great time to make sun tea and since we are already big green tea drinkers, we decided to enhance the green tea with the flavor and benefits of Emergen-C. I drink Emergen-C daily during the cold and flu season so why not continue the benefits during the summer?

To make the perfect iced tea you will need a clear container plus 1 decaffeinated green tea bag per cup of green tea you plan on making, and most importantly a sunny day!

Sun-tea Raspberry Green Iced Tea recipe

Put the cold water in the container as well as the tea bags and set it in the sun for 4 hours. This will heat up the water and allow the tea to steep naturally.

After 4 hours take out the tea bags and place the container in the fridge until you are ready to serve. 

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How to Make Raspberry Green Iced Tea

For the yummy Raspberry Green Iced Tea, dissolve one packet of the Raspberry Emergen-C into 6 ounces of the green tea, stir until it is dissolved completely, and add plenty of ice and a few berries if you wish.

Raspberry Green Iced Tea recipe

Serve and drink up. 

Raspberry Green Iced Tea recipe

This is going to be so welcoming after a summer tennis match. The kids can enjoy some as well since there is no caffeine and they need to replace electrolytes after playing outdoors in the heat. 

Raspberry Green Iced Tea recipe

Be sure to head to Walgreens during June to take advantage of their promotion: Buy 1 Emergen-C 30ct, Get 1 Dasani 1 Liter FREE. This was not advertised at my Walgreens where the Emergen-C was sold but in the refrigerated section with the water.

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What flavor Emergen-C Tea would you enjoy in your iced tea? 

Raspberry Green Iced Tea recipe

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

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12 Comments

  1. Yum! This is an iced tea recipe that I would really enjoy. I love using green tea with fruit flavors. I have the same mason jar lids for our drinks as well. So cute. #client

  2. I love iced tea and usually drink mine plain. I have never used Emergen-C before but adding this to the tea would be great for the kids.

  3. Why did this combination not occur to me! You are a genius.

  4. This looks like it tastes good. It is the perfect summertime drink.

  5. What a pretty summer color that is. How does the Emergen – C taste with just water? I don’t care for ice tea and I need to drink a lot more water!!

  6. I love love love Emergen-C products. I haven’t seen this flavor yet but I need to find it! IT looks so refreshing!

  7. I love iced tea during the summer but I can certainly do without all the caffeine. I love the idea of using Emergen-C for a healthier tea version.

  8. This is a great way to have a healthy drink as well as have a cool drink to stay hydrated in the heat of summer.

  9. We have raspberry tea quite often, but I never thought of using green tea instead of standard Lipton’s. Going to try it!

  10. The raspberry Emergen-C sounds great – this ice tea would be perfect on so many summer days

  11. what a delicious way to stay hydrated. I love trying new drinks that are good for me.

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