Blackberry Mint Iced Tea Driscoll's

Blackberry Mint Iced Tea

  • Handful of mint leaves, crushed
  • 1 liter of boiling water
  • 100 grams of sugar
  • 1 kg of Driscoll's Blackberries
  • 5 black tea bags

15 min | 8 servings | other courses

Blackberry Mint Iced Tea Driscoll's

Make sure to strain the pureed blackberry mixture to get rid of seeds and it will be a wonderful addition to minty fresh tea or lemonade. Brewed mint tea can substitute for black tea and fresh mint leaves in this refreshing drink.


RESERVE two or three blackberries per serving of tea for garnish.
PURÉE remaining 6 packages blackberries in a blender or food processor.
STRAIN purée through a fine sieve.
DISCARD pulp and seeds.
SET ASIDE blackberry purée.
PLACE 5 tea bags into a heat-proof pitcher.
RESERVE one mint leaf per serving of tea for garnish.
ADD remaining crushed mint leaves.
ADD 1 liter of boiling water.
ALLOW to steep at least 10 minutes.
STRAIN into another pitcher and DISCARD mint and tea bags.
STIR IN 100 grams of sugar.
STIR IN blackberry purée.
TASTE tea and ADJUST sugar as desired.
PLACE tea into refrigerator until chilled.
SERVE over ice.
GARNISH each serving with mint leaves and two or three whole blackberries.

Leafs Blackberry

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