Homemade Peach Tea

Posted on: June 17, 2013
Homemade Peach Tea

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Yesterday was a peaceful day. I lounged on the porch with a stack of magazines and a pitcher of iced tea. Sounds great, doesn’t it? I decided to make my own peach tea, and was so happy with the result that I just had to share!

Homemade Peach Tea


  • 8 bags English Breakfast Tea
  • 1 bag Tazo Passion Tea
  • 8 cups water
  • 1 bag sliced frozen peaches, thawed (16-ounce)
  • 1 can peach nectar, chilled (12-ounce) *juice aisle
  • 1/4 cup peach liquor (optional)


  1. Bring water to a boil in a large pot. Turn off heat. Add tea bags and steep for 8 minutes. Cool.
  2. Add 12-ounces of the thawed peaches to a blender and puree until it reaches a smooth consistency.
  3. Combine the cool tea, peach puree, peach nectar, peach liquor and remaining slices of peaches to a glass pitcher. Serve over ice with a peach slice to garnish.

**Note: This is not sweet tea. If you would like sweet peach tea, stir sugar into your hot tea after you remove the tea bags.

XO, Louisa

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(5) Comments

  1. is the peach liquor necessary? i would love to make this for the family.


    • Hi Monica! No, it is not!!! Just omit it and your whole family will enjoy!

  2. that sounds amazing! I just whipped up a batch of passion tea lemonade, but I am going to have to try this. It sounds so wonderful and refreshing! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Louisa – This recipe sounds great, but looks suspiciously like the Neely’s Peach Iced Tea down to the exact measurements and directions – the only difference is your choice of 1 bag Tazo Passion vs their 1 bag hibiscus. As a courtesy, you might consider giving credit to the recipe authors.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Atam, I actually got this recipe from a recipe book compiled by the neighbors in my old neighborhood. I never heard of Neely but if this is in fact her recipe, I didn’t know it! With the exception of Italian food and some desserts (my two strong suits), none of the recipes I make are my own and I always give credit when I have an exact source. Thanks for reading!

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