Linda Barker Recipe

Lynn & Paul's Fruit Tea

By Linda Barker vintagemom

Recipe Rating:
makes 2 gallons
Prep Time:
Cooking Method:
No-Cook or Other

Linda's Story

My neice gave me this recipe several years ago, we really like the blend of juices.

Blue Ribbon Recipe

Notes from the Test Kitchen:
Such a refreshing tea! We love the blend of pineapple with the citrus juices. Enjoy...


1 (12 oz) can(s)
frozen pineapple juice
1 (12 oz) can(s)
frozen orange juice
1 (12 oz) can(s)
frozen lemonade
2 c
white grape juice
2 to 4 c
sugar (start with 2 cups, add more to your liking
family size tea bags (i prefer lipton)

Directions Step-By-Step

In large container combine all of the frozen juices, grape juice and sugar.
Boil 2 quarts water and steep tea. Mix tea in with juices.
Split the juice mixture equally into 2 separate gallon jugs. Top off each one with water. Chill.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Drinks
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Collection: Picnic Picks!
Hashtags: #Fruit, #tea, #fruit tea

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Sue Davis Sue_Davis
Jun 25, 2013
Everyone loved it, even though I added no sugar. Very good Recipe! And, Congrats on your Blue Ribbon Linda!!
Linda Barker vintagemom
Jun 25, 2013
Thank you Mary!
Linda Barker vintagemom
Jun 25, 2013
Thank you Dianne, not everybody likes the same thing, you said it well.
This works for my family but maybe not for others.
Sue Davis Sue_Davis
Jun 24, 2013
OK...skipped over that I guess....anyway, I added tons of ice, so that would make the difference. And, more to the glass....alittle tart, but, good! I used Newmans white Grape Juice...I don't think if you used Sparkling, you would even taste the fizzy....Don't taste much of the tea....juice overtakes the time I will make more Lipton's Tea to add....I did make the Family size tea Bags....3, as it says
sandra criss eglewtchr
Jun 24, 2013
i wondered linda have you ever tried it with sparkling grape juice or water?