Tropical Sweet Tea

There’s just something about flavored tea that makes my heart happy and this Tropical Sweet Tea is the perfect beverage to make for a party!

This post comes to you from Tradewinds Tea, and I was compensated to share a favorite recipe with you.  All opinions are my own and I only share things I love with you!

Tropical Tea

If you’ve never tried Sweet Tea, it’s one of life’s hidden secrets that not many people try.  If you’re an unsweetened tea drinker, I get it.  However, I can tell you that flavored sweet tea, mixed with fruit flavors, is nothing short of amazing.  It’s one of my favorite things to make for a party – and all of the party-goers love it!

I like to keep these things on hand in my house as well because sometimes, I need a break from water and love to have a refreshing tea to drink.

Tropical Tea

I love to buy Tradewinds Tea because it’s easy to use since it’s already brewed for me, and if you know me, I love to skip any kind of work, so it’s a perfect partnership -easy and delicious!

You’re going to want to grab pineapple juice, either concentrate or in a can.  I use the Tradewinds Sweet Tea to make this since it’s got just enough sweet flavor to make it fun, without adding extra sugar.  Cut up a few lemons and oranges, and you’re ready to go.

I make this cup by cup, and just eyeball the amount of pineapple juice I put in, but you can use a giant pitcher and make a big batch at once.

Party Sized Tropical Sweet Tea

6 cups Tradewinds Sweet Tea

1 2/3 cups Pineapple Juice

Anytime you want a refreshing drink, Tropical Sweet Tea is a nice fruity drink to whip up.

Sliced lemon and orange to taste ( I add a little squeeze of juice and then add slices to the glass before I pour it in!)

I buy Tradewinds Tea at my neighborhood Safeway, and you can buy it at your local store as well.

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About Melanie L.

Melanie works full time at Tuft & Needle and blogs part time evenings and weekends when her daughter is working on the cars with her dad!

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