Iced Teas

A cold pitcher of iced tea is the perfect remedy for a hot day—and there are tons of ways to flavor it. This hibiscus-tangerine iced tea mixes sweet tangerine juice with tart hibiscus tea to make for a refreshing and beautiful drink option. And this Pimm's iced tea—a combination of Pimm's, orange pekoe tea, agave syrup and lemon juice—would fit right in at any summer cocktail party. Find creative ideas like these and more in Food & Wine's guide.

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Cardamom Rosewater Iced Tea

This will definitely up your iced tea game. Toasted cardamom and rosewater add warm, exotic notes to this creamy, honey-sweetened iced summer drink. Slideshow: More Iced Tea Recipes

Mint Iced Tea with Cocoa Nib Syrup

Zoe Nathan sweetens her mint iced tea with an aromatic simple syrup infused with cocoa nibs and vanilla bean. She serves the tea in mason jars, garnished with lots of fresh mint. Slideshow: Iced Tea Recipes

Iced Tea Italiano

The Tasting Room • New York City The Tasting Room moved into a larger space with a bar featuring seasonal cocktails and house-made sodas and tonics. This drink is bar manager Richard Ervin's version of the classic Italian summertime cooler. Plus: Ultimate Cocktail Guide

Lemon-Rosemary Sun Tea

Willi Galloway steeps lemon and rosemary for this tea. "Herbs are great for balcony gardens," she says.    More Refreshing Drinks  

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Tangy Hibiscus-Lime Iced Tea

F&W's Melissa Rubel Jacobson created this refreshing, sweet-tart iced tea.    Nonalcoholic Drinks  

Sophie Dahl's Iced Tea

Sophie Dahl loves to make iced tea—especially using Earl Grey flavored with lavender.    More Iced Tea Recipes