Fruit Teas

Raspberry Iced Tea

The berry favorite

This favorite may taste like real, honest-to-goodness raspberries, but it’s sure not tart. It’s just as sweet as sweet tea should be (and blissfully refreshing to boot).

  • 16oz
    PET

  • 16oz
    Glass

Behind the goodness

All-natural black tea leaves, pure cane sugar and raspberries unite in every bottle. You can thank us with the smile you get after each sip.

Calories: 70 per serving

Sugar: 18g per serving

Caffeine: about 30mg per 16oz bottle

See nutrition facts & ingredients

“Just tried your raspberry tea. It’s the bee's knees.”

Fan, Sara H.

Thirst quenching cocktails

Put a berry, sweet spin on your next mixology session

  • For Goodness Sake

    2 parts Raspberry Sweet Tea

    2 parts sake

    2 parts frozen raspberries

    1 tablespoon lemon juice per serving

    2 parts crushed ice

     

    Combine ingredients in a blender. Pulse until the raspberries are completely crushed. Strain and pour into glasses. Serve chilled.

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  • Mimimosa

    1 part Raspberry Tea

    2 parts champagne

    Orange juice

    Raspberries

    Orange slices

     

    Pour tea and champagne into champagne flute over raspberries. Top off with orange juice, and garnish with an orange slice. Or try this recipe with Original Lemonade, and garnish with strawberries.

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