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  • Becca Hoselton

The BEST Passion Tea Lemonade

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I have no idea why, buy I have been craving lemons like nothing else! This super refreshing (but super flavorful) drink is just the thing to help quench that craving.

Starbucks has something similar so we could call it a copycat drink, but I like this one better!

The easiest recipe, and such a crowd pleaser. This would be the perfect drink for a baby shower, or bridal shower. I would love this for a barbeque, or birthday drink!

Put it in a mason jar with a bright colored straw. Serve it with fresh fruit in a cute glass. I feel like this could be killer with a grown up beverage mixed in it!

•Easy Peasy Recipe•

We only need three main parts for this drink!

•Passion Tazo Tea (I sweeten mine, read below)

•Lemonade of your choice

•Raspberry syrup

I made a big batch so I started by boiling 12 cups of water. Once it was boiling, I moved it off of the heat, and added 12 Tazo Passion tea bags.

While the water is still hot, I stir in Sugar in the Raw to sweeten it up a bit. You can add as much, or as little as you like. I let my tea bags steep for a while until the water is a nice deep color. I like aaalll the flavors.

Once it has cooled a bit, I pour it into a pitcher and put it in the fridge. If you are planning on serving this for a get together, I'd make it the night before so it has enough time to chill.

Fill a glass with ice, and pour the chilled tea over the ice till its 2/3 full (or 1/3 empty, however philosophically you want to look at it). Next, fill it almost all the way to the top with the lemonade. Last, give it a good splash of raspberry syrup, and your done!

Serve it with a lemon slice, maybe a few raspberries. You could even freeze the raspberries in lemonade ice cubes so it doesn't water down at all. You could try other syrups too, a splash of lime, or orange. Mix it with rum or vodka. So many options!

You guys, it's so good! Click HERE to shop these cute mason jars, they come with lids and straws, and I use them for everything! Click HERE for my overalls.

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