From iced Southern mint tea to hot peppermint tea and Moroccan mint green tea, this collection of mint tea recipes covers a range of caffeine-free herbal mint "tea" recipes and mint tea recipes that include black or green tea.
Green tea and spearmint leaves are a traditional blend in Morocco, where tea is often shared amongst friends and family. You can use fresh mint leaves or buy pre-mixed Moroccan Mint teas made with dried mint leaves, and you can brew it simply or use the tea as part of a Moroccan tea ceremony.
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This Eastern European recipe includes fresh-brewed mint leaves, orange juice and lemon juice. Served over ice, it's an unbeatable summertime beverage. If you like this recipe, you might also like this Mint Tea with Lemon recipe from About.com's Southern Food guide.
This traditional Southern sweet tea from Southern food "herstorian" Miss Millie is made with fresh mint for a summery taste. For a twist on classic Southern iced tea with mint, try this Vanilla-Mint Iced Tea Recipe.
This easy recipe includes dried herbs known for their benefits to expecting mothers. It makes a large batch of blended spearmint leaves, nettle and raspberry leaves that can be used to make a cup of minty, nutritious tea anytime.
"Arnold Palmers" are blends of iced tea and lemonade. This Arnold Palmer recipe includes fresh mint for a flavor akin to lemon-mint sweet tea.
Peppermint and cucumber make this iced tea recipe from Remedy Tea in Seattle extra cooling. Lime juice and a little simple syrup round out its flavor.
This is an actual tea flavored with mint and lime, so it does contain caffeine. You can use teabags for convenience, or replace each teabag with about one teaspoon of black or green tea.