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Drop That Lemonade & Cool Yourself Down With One of These Boozy Iced Tea Cocktails

Summertime calls for outdoor activities and plenty of cold cocktails — and iced tea cocktails are no exception. Plus, there are some recipes that are so good, you’ll want to make batches upon batches of them and invite a few friends over to help you get through ’em. Because, hey, cocktails should be sipped among friends, right?

The best part? All the following recipes are incredibly easy to make and are sure to be your new summertime faves.

1. Bourbon iced tea

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Bourbon iced tea

What we love about this particular take on bourbon iced tea is the addition of honey mint.

2. Spiked raspberry iced tea

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Raspberry iced tea

This recipe uses fresh raspberry and is the perfect mix of sweet and tangy — perfect for when the temperatures start to heat up.

3. Sweet tea sangria

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Sweet tea sangria

Because this is a sangria, you’ll be using wine instead of liquor to make this cocktail boozy — perfect for a garden party or after-dinner treat.

4. Lemon-mint iced tea

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Lemon-mint iced tea

We love the combination of lemon and mint. It’s a pairing that can really only be improved by rum, don’t you think?

5. Sweet tea-vodka-lemonade mojitos

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Sweet tea vodka lemonade mojitos
How can anyone possibly pass up the triumvirate: sweet tea, vodka and mojitos. Perfection.

6. Tennessee orange-sweet tea cocktail

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Tennessee orange sweet tea cocktail

Just imagine sitting on a porch swing sipping this tasty orange-sweet tea cocktail.

7. Raspberry-sweet tea cocktail

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Raspberry-sweet tea cocktail

“Raspberry-sweet tea cocktail” might just be the most beautiful combination of words in the English language.

8. Lavender-lemonade cocktail

Summer Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes: Lavender iced tea

If you need to sweeten up this lavender iced tea, just use a bit of honey.

Next: Bourbon-peach sweet tea

A version of this article was originally published in May 2015.

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