Tea-Based Cocktails For Festing in Place

Take classic iced tea and give it some spirit, for cocktailing with New Orleans flair! Combining the earthy and acidic flavors of tea with booze, fruit juices, bubbles and garnishes is surprising and fun – a great way to kickstart a meal, add zip to a picnic or sip into sunset to the sounds of Jazz Fest. Check out these featured tea cocktail recipes for inspiration (or follow them to a…”tea”…) and they’re sure to help you laissez les bon temps rouler!

Swamp Water

Three Jars Of Swamp Water Tea Cocktail On Table
Swamp Water is a simple blend of vodka, Luzianne®️ Sweet Tea and lemonade. For non-imbibers, replace the liquor with lemon-lime soda or sparkling water for some bubbles.

Orange-Cranberry Sweet Iced Tea Cocktail

Tall glasses of orange cranberry iced tea
The sweet-tart taste of this Orange-Cranberry Luzianne®️ Sweet Tea cocktail is perfect for sipping and swaying to some silky jazz music.

Bourbon Iced Tea Punch

Two Glasses Of Bourbon Iced Tea Punch Topped With Orange Wedges
The Bourbon Iced Tea Punch is a stunner with a sturdy citrus kick and fragrant, freshly brewed Luzianne®️ Tea.

Iced Sweet Tea Mule with Sugared Blackberries

cups of Sweet Tea Mule cocktail with sugared blackberriesSweet tea and berries add a delicious hint of summer to the Southern version of a classic Moscow mule cocktail. Light enough for a lunch cocktail and great anytime on a hot day.

Hibiscus Iced Tea Strawberry Sangria

Two Glasses Of Hibiscus Tea Strawberry Sangria
Lightly sweetened Luzianne®️ Hibiscus Iced Tea replaces red and sparkling wines, giving fizz to this light, refreshing sangria. Plan to make ahead for the flavors to develop.

Pineapple-Cinnamon Iced Tea Margarita

Two Glasses Of Pineapple Cinnamon Iced Tea Margaritas
Luzianne®️ Iced Tea adds bold flavor to this sweet, summery drink. Delicious with spicy foods or barbecue, it’s a perfect party drink for porch, patio or pool.