Orange-Green Tea Punch Recipe

March 17, 2016
Green tea and fresh orange juice beautifully combine to create one very tasty tea-based punch!  This Orange-Green Tea Punch recipe is a keeper, for sure.

Orange-Green Tea Punch ~ Green tea and fresh orange juice beautifully combine to create one very tasty tea-based punch!

Happy St. Patrick's Day, everyone!  Little Miss H. {who's in kindergarten} is soooo excited about going to school today.  I mean, she's excited everyday ... but she's especially excited today.  Because she's heard stories.  Stories about little green leprechauns showing up in classrooms and creating mischief and messes.

And she soooo wants a little leprechaun to visit her classroom and make a mess!  She's seriously talked about it for days.  I wonder what stories I'll be in store for when I pick her up this afternoon!  And if a little leprechaun does visit her classroom and make a mess? ... I certainly hope she'll be a sweetie and help clean it up.

So while I don't have a special little leprechaun treat, or rockin' shamrock-shaped cookies, or even a gorgeous green dessert to share with you today in honor of St. Patrick's Day ... I do  have this Orange-Green Tea Punch recipe to share.  Is that close enough to being appropriate for the day??

I mean ... it does have green in  it ... and then orange like a leprechaun's beard, right?

I know, it's a stretch.  A huge stretch.  But let's go with it, okay?

Little Miss H. and I created this Orange-Green Tea Punch recipe a few weeks back when we were hosting a fun little tea party.  We enjoyed sipping on it and the Strawberry Tea Punch I shared right after the party.  And enjoyed nibbling on Pound Cake Cookies, Strawberry Cheesecake Strawberry Bites, Spinach Balls ... and other little bites.

Orange-Green Tea Punch ~ Green tea and fresh orange juice beautifully combine to create one very tasty tea-based punch!

But we had even more fun creating the punch recipes together.  Little Miss is a recipe developer & taste-testing natural.  The Saturday afternoon before our tea party, Little Miss and I spent some time together testing out my tea punch ideas, creating small batches of four different punches.  She pulled her stepping stool right up to our kitchen island, asked to taste each ingredient on it's own before it was added to the punch, and tasted each punch every step of the way as we were creating it.  It was so sweet.

We decided this Orange-Green Tea Punch recipe was definitely a keeper.  We loved it made with Lipton's Orange Passionfruit Jasmine Green Tea, but you could make it with strong-brewed regular green tea, too.

Now, my only question about this punch that remains ... Do you think the leprechauns would like it?  {Hmmm, I'm thinking they would!}

Orange-Green Tea Punch ~ Green tea and fresh orange juice beautifully combine to create one very tasty tea-based punch!
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Orange-Green Tea Punch Recipe
(Printable recipe)
  • 8 c. boiling water
  • 6 tea bags of Lipton Orange Passionfruit Jasmine Green Tea {or regular green tea, if you can't find the Orange Passionfruit Jasmine}
  • 1/2 c. honey
  • 1/2 c. freshly-squeezed orange juice
  • 1 c. ginger ale
  • orange slices for garnish!
  1. Pour boiling water over tea bags and steep for 10 minutes; remove and squeeze out tea bags. Stir in honey until dissolved. Chill until cooled.
  2. In a punch bowl or large container, combine orange juice and chilled tea. Stir until well combined.
  3. Just before serving, add ginger ale and orange slices.

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  1. How nice that she wanted to taste each ingredient! Looks like you have a future chef/recipe developer by your side. I like this flavor combo and look forward to trying it. Happy Easter!

  2. oh this sounds nice and refreshing! Thanks for Sharing at Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop!


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