Arizona Green Tea

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Clone the taste of your favorite store bought drink! Our Almost Arizona Green Tea recipe is as close to the real thing, we bet you can’t even taste the difference in a side by side taste match!
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You’ll Need:
8 c. water, Boiled
1 Lipton green tea bag
1/2 C. sugar (or 1/3) depends on taste buds!
2 T. honey
2 3/4 T. lemon juice
1/4 T. ginseng extract (we leave this out)

Steep one single Lipton tea bag in hot water for an hour. Add remaining ingredients, and serve over ice.

That’s literally it folks, it’s the easiest recipe ever!

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12 Comments

  1. omg, i love arizona green tea, but if i can make it at home and just pour as i need it then i am defiantly going to start making it!

  2. hurray!!! thanks for sharing!i’ve tried green tea at home and can’t seem to get it right! i love arizona green tea, but my family drinks it within a day when i buy a gallon!

    i’ll definitely have to make this!

  3. ^.^ love this !!!!i use lipton’s lemon ginseng green tea and then i add the honey or sugar or both xd tastes so yummmmy and less ingredients needed!!

  4. it says Arizona Green Tea”and later on you want me to use lipton Tea (black tea), how can this make Green Tea ????

    • it says Arizona Green Tea”and later on you want me to use lipton Tea (black tea), how can this make Green Tea ????

      Please reread the recipe carefully. It never states to use “Black Tea”, it states in the ingredients to use 1 Lipton green tea bag. When said tea is referenced in the directions, it means to use the Ingredient Listed, not a substitute.

    • Anywhere on our site, A Capital T always stands for Tablespoon. A Lowercase t always stands for teaspoon.
      Alternatively tbs = tablespoon and tsp = teaspoon.

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