Boston Iced Tea

When you think of Boston and tea, you probably think of the Boston Tea Party. But the city links to tea in another way – Boston Iced Tea, which combines tea with cranberry juice. You can use a plain black tea, but we’ve found the slight sweetness of Vanilla Island is the perfect match for the tart cranberry taste! ~ Marlys

* As featured in Issue 4 of Adventures with Tea eMagazine!

Here’s a short video about this drink:

Yields 10-12

Boston Iced Tea

15 minPrep Time

15 minTotal Time

Save RecipeSave Recipe
Recipe Image


  • 1 gallon Vanilla Island brewed tea
  • 3/4 cup Sugar
  • 1 can Cranberry juice frozen concentrate


Boil water in a large stock pot, then remove from heat and steep tea as directed on the package.

Stir in the sugar and frozen cranberry juice until dissolved, then allow to cool and serve over ice.





Appetizers Beverages Bread Breakfast/Brunch Cookies Desserts Main Dishes Salads Sauces & Condiments Side Dishes Soups Treats
Pear Tart
October Nights Inspirations
Apple Pie Cookie
Apple Pie Cookies
31 Days of Tea Food & Culture Food History & Trivia Food Myths Gadget Reviews Gift Guides Health & Nutrition Ingredient Profiles News & Updates Tea History & Trivia
And Then There Were Seven … (baby tea plants, that is)
It’s a Big Week for Foodies!
Gadget Friday: Frosting Spatula

Want More?

Be one of the first to know about new products & events ... plus get a bonus of our recipes for Chocolate Lovers.

Thanks! Now check your e-mail & reply to the confirmation message. Then watch for your Chocolate Lovers' recipes!

Ooops! Something went wrong.