This post sponsored by Southern Breeze Sweet Tea. As always, my opinion is 100% my own.
I am clearly feeling all the holiday vibes over here with Thanksgiving just around the corner. I also have a confession. I started decorating some of our rooms in the house. Even DG, who is an all out Christmas lover, thinks I have lost my mind. I am really excited to share a home tour with you this year especially since we are in our new house. Today, I am sharing a recipe for Cranberry Citrus Tea which will be perfect for the holidays. I am most excited about this recipe because it features Southern Breeze Cold Brew, which is absolutely delicious on its own, too!
Southern Breeze Cold Brew offers four options: Original, Half & Half, Peach, and Raspberry. I love that one tea bag makes 8 ounces, which is perfect for making a single serving. I was curious as to what cold brew sweet tea would taste like, despite my recent obsession with cold brew coffee. Southern Breeze is definitely a favorite in our house (originally seen here), so this is now a new crowd favorite in the Grant household. The bonus is that it only takes 5 minutes to brew in cold water, and then you just pour over ice and serve.
Cranberry Citrus Tea
- 3 bags of Original Southern Breeze Cold Brew
- 1 orange, sliced
- 1 lemon, sliced
- 1 cup of Cranberry juice
- Frozen Cranberries
- Optional: Makers Mark Bourbon
- Seep Original Southern Breeze Cold Brew according to directions.
- Add orange and lemon slices, and cranberry juice. Stir.
- Serve over ice with frozen cranberries as garnish.
- To make a cocktail, stir in Makers Mark Bourbon for your holiday gatherings.
I did a test run on this recipe and it was the perfect flavor the holidays! Be sure to check out Southern Breeze Cold Brew for your holiday gatherings for a delicious and easy way to have the perfect Southern sweet tea for supper.
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