Iced Blackberry Grey Tea

Spotlight this Iced Blackberry Infused Earl Grey Tea with its rich, plum color and sweet, bright flavor as a gorgeous addition to your summer table. Earl Grey is tea with bergamot oil and it’s gaining popularity with quite just the tea crowd. With the health benefits of earl grey,

With a touch touch of cream, it’s like blackberry pie á la mode during a glass! Perfect for a day pick me up, a summer luncheon, or lawn party. the method is super simple and may easily be adjusted for your unique tastes and what you've got available. Prefer your tea sweeter? Add more sugar or a drizzle of sweetened milk.

Iced Blackberry Grey Tea
Iced Blackberry Grey Tea

Don’t have blackberries? Substitute the other summer berry. Dairy free? Use coconut or almond milk. This recipe makes an outsized 8-serving pitcher, but can easily be cut in half for a smaller crowd or doubled for a celebration. Serve alongside a bottle of ice cold vodka and soda water and your guests can get creative making cocktails or tea spritzers.

Iced Blackberry Infused Earl Grey Tea are often made any time of the year using frozen berries, but i really like to require advantage of the season’s freshest fruits in recipes like this Blackberry Mojito Cobbler, Blackberry Mint Vodka Splash Cocktail, Very Berry Wine Slushies, or Gluten-Free Blackberry Peach Crumble.

Iced Blackberry Grey Tea


  • 1 pint fresh blackberries
  • 1/2 cup sugar or honey
  • 8 bags earl grey tea or 4 tablespoons loose leaf tea
  • 5 cups water
  • 5 cups ice
  • 1/2 cup cream (optional)


  1. Place 1/2 pint of blackberries in a single layer on baking sheet, cover and freeze.
  2. Bring 5 cups of water to a boil.
  3. Place remaining 1/2 pint of blackberries in a large bowl with sugar. Crush until broken up slightly.
  4. Add loose leaf tea to the crushed blackberry mixture or add tea bags.
  5. Pour hot water over mixture and let steep for only 5 minutes. Be careful not to steep longer or your tea may become bitter.
  6. Place 5 cups of ice in a large serving pitcher and strain blackberry infused tea over ice.
  7. The ice will melt and immediately cool the tea.
  8. Add frozen blackberries before serving to keep the tea cold, but not watered down.
  9. Add cream and sprigs of fresh or dried lavender flowers (optional).

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