Friday, August 1

Peach Sweet Tea Smash

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Hot summer days and nights call for cold refreshing iced tea. No junk, natural ingredients and always fresh tasting. This Peach Sweet Tea Smash if filled with ripe peaches, fresh mint and my all time favorite Pure Leaf Sweet Tea. Simple to make and perfect for these steamy days.


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Peach Sweet Tea Smash
1 bottle of Pure Leaf Sweet Tea
4 fresh mint leaves
½ of a ripe peach

Directions:

In your glass muddle mint and peach together until peaches are smashed. Add in a handful of ice, top off with Pure Leaf Sweet Tea and serve. Garnish with additional mint or peaches if desired.

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Have you tried Pure Leaf Iced Tea yet? If not be sure to check them out at TheLoveOfLeaves.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest for great recipe ideas!

What is great about Pure Leaf Iced Tea is that they are not filled with artificial ingredients, they are as pure as the name. Made with real tea, you can’t find a  more refreshing beverage choice!

Also be sure to check out Pure Leaf’s “Share the Love of Leaves” program!
Through the “Share the Love of Leaves” program, the brand has made a $100,000 donation to Wholesome Wave, a nonprofit that focuses on making fresh, healthy, locally grown food affordable and accessible to all. And now you can get involved and make a difference in your community by helping to bring Pure Leaf’s total donation to $150,000.

For every social engagement from fans on Pure Leaf’s Facebook or Tumblr, and use of the #loveofleaves hashtag on Instagram and Twitter, Pure Leaf will donate an additional $1, up to $50,000, for a grand total donation of $150,000. This will help provide 100,000 pounds of locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables for communities nationwide.

(Disclaimer: I received monetary compensation for writing this blog post. However as always, all opinions are 100% my own.)
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3 comments:

  1. I love sweet tea in the summertime! What a simple and lovely idea to muddle it with fresh peaches and mint. And such a great cause too...

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