Iced Teas

Whip our Iced Teas for any special summer occasion; it's healthy and delicious!

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More About Iced Teas

Welcome to Exoteas, the global tea brand that invites you to embrace the cool respite of Iced Tea. As temperatures rise, our Iced Tea collection provides the perfect way to beat the heat while enjoying the delightful flavors of tea. 


What is Iced Tea

Iced Tea is a chilled beverage made by brewing tea leaves and then cooling the infusion with ice, often accompanied by sweeteners and garnishes. This refreshing drink offers a versatile canvas for a multitude of flavors, making it a popular choice worldwide during hot summer months.


Types of Iced Tea and its Concentration

At Exoteas, we offer a diverse selection of Iced Teas, each crafted with unique ingredients and flavor profiles:

1. Traditional Black Iced Tea

A classic favorite, made from black tea leaves, offering a rich and robust taste with a hint of sweetness.

2. Fruity Iced Tea

Infused with a medley of fruit flavors such as peach, mango, or berries, providing a sweet and tangy tropical delight.

3. Herbal Iced Tea

Caffeine-free and brimming with herbs and botanicals, herbal Iced Teas present a soothing and aromatic experience.


Iced Tea Recipe


1. 4 cups of water

2. 4-6 teaspoons of loose-leaf tea or 4-6 Iced Tea bags (depending on desired strength)

3. Sweetener of choice (sugar, honey, or agave), to taste

4. Lemon slices or fresh mint leaves for garnish (optional)

5. Ice cubes


1. Bring 4 cups of water to a boil in a saucepan or kettle.

2. Add the loose-leaf tea or Iced Tea bags to the boiling water.

3. Let the tea steep for the appropriate time (typically 3-5 minutes for black tea, 5-7 minutes for herbal tea).

4. Remove the tea leaves or Iced Tea bags and stir in the sweetener until dissolved.

5. Let the tea cool to room temperature.

6. Fill a pitcher with ice cubes and pour the cooled tea over the ice.

7. Garnish with lemon slices or fresh mint leaves for a refreshing twist.

8. Stir gently and serve the iced tea immediately.

Iced Tea Health Benefits

Apart from its cooling properties, Iced Tea offers various health benefits, depending on the type of tea used:

1. Antioxidants

Green and black teas contain antioxidants that may help protect against free radicals and support overall well-being.

2. Hydration

Iced Tea serves as a hydrating alternative to sugary beverages during hot weather.

3.Herbal Benefits

Herbal Iced Teas often contain herbs with specific health-promoting properties, such as calming chamomile or digestive-friendly peppermint.


Iced Tea Bag vs. Iced Loose-Leaf Tea

Exoteas offers both Iced Tea bags and loose-leaf options to cater to your convenience and preference. Iced Tea bags provide a quick and hassle-free brewing experience, while loose-leaf tea allows for more customization and stronger flavor extraction.


Step-by-Step Brewing Guide for Iced Tea with and without Milk

Note: Steeping time and temperature may vary depending on the type of iced tea, personal taste, and brewing technique

Iced Tea (Without Milk):

1. Follow the Iced Tea recipe instructions provided above.

2. Skip the milk to enjoy the pure and refreshing taste of Iced Tea.

Iced Tea (With Milk):

1. Follow the Iced Tea recipe instructions up to Step 6.

2. Instead of adding the tea directly to the ice-filled pitcher, mix it with chilled milk (dairy or plant-based) in a separate container.

3. Pour the milk and tea mixture over the ice in the pitcher.

4. Garnish with lemon slices or mint leaves, if desired.

5. Stir gently and serve your creamy and refreshing Iced Tea with milk.


Choose from traditional black, fruity, and herbal options, each designed to tantalize your taste buds.

Embrace the soothing refreshment of Iced Tea, brought to you by Exoteas, your passport to an invigorating and cooling summer.