Green Tea Peach Sangria Tastes Like Summer

Green Tea Peach Sangria
2-4 servings

When I daydream of summer, I think of lazy afternoons at the lake house, cold drinks on the water, and colorful salads in the backyard. When enjoying an alfresco meal with friends and family, I like to have a pitcher of iced tea on hand to keep everyone hydrated and happy. The combination of slow-brewed green tea, juicy ripe peaches, and mint is nourishing on its own as an afternoon tonic, or you can spike it up for a special occasion with a dry white wine. For the best flavor, give the tea and peaches at least 5 hours to get acquainted — the flavors will only improve with time.

Excerpted from by Meredith Youngson. Copyright © 2023 Meredith Youngson. Photographs by Jocelynne Flor. Published by Appetite by Random House®, a division of Penguin Random House Canada Limited. Reproduced by arrangement with the Publisher. All rights reserved.



tea bags or 2 Tbsp loose-leaf green tea
Handful fresh mint, plus more for garnish
ripe peaches, pitted and roughly chopped
Tbsp maple syrup or raw honey
cups cold water
lemon wedge
Dry white wine or sparkling water, for topping, optional
Lemon or cucumber slices, for garnish, optional


Step 1

In a pitcher or large mason jar, combine the tea bags, mint, and peaches. Use a wooden spoon to muddle the mint and smash the peaches into small chunks.

Step 2

Add the maple syrup and water. Squeeze the lemon wedge into the pitcher before dropping it in. Refrigerate for at least 5 hours or up to 2 days. Strain the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve into a wide-mouthed pitcher or bowl (discard the solids). Taste and add more sweetener if desired.

Step 3

Fill 2-4 glasses with ice and divide the sangria among them. Top with a splash of wine if desired. Garnish with the lemon slices (if using). Sip and reenergize!

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