Beverages

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea is a thirst-quenching drink that I made recently, and it’s AH-MAZING! It’s got that hint of sweetness combined with a triple-citrus taste, and some fizz to complete.

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea

Ahhh, the beautiful days of summer, where so much time is spent in the hot sun and many cool beverages are taken in as a result. I’m a complete water pusher, through and through; yet sometimes I need a little pizzaz to beat the blahs.

Same goes with the kids, after taking in so much water they beg for pop or other sweet drinks. Truth is, we all need a beverage compromise to get through these summer months.

When I last made a pitcher of Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea, it didn’t last long. So perfect for summer afternoons on the deck, camping trips, or when you have guests over. Part of the charm is that it takes so few ingredients, as little as three in fact.

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea drink recipe

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea features the new KraftHeinz Liquid Enhancers. Simply pick your flavour {for this recipe I used Country Time Lemon Iced Tea KraftHeinz Liquid Enhancer} and give it a squirt to easily make your favourite summer refreshments, cocktails and mocktails. You could use them at home, or take them on the go!

NEW KraftHeinz Liquid Enhancers

To make this particular drink, the KraftHeinz Liquid Enhancer is mixed with Club Soda to make it bubbly. I’d purchased many cans of Club Soda well over a year ago and discovered that I really don’t care for Club Soda. Yet when mixed with KraftHeinz Liquid Enhancers I do, so I was happy to finally use these up and will, go figure, be purchasing more.

Here’s the very simple recipe below, enjoy!
 

bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea recipe
Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea drink recipe

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 55 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes

Bubbly Triple-Citrus Iced Tea is a thirst-quenching drink that I made recently, and it's AH-MAZING! It's got that hint of sweetness combined with a triple-citrus taste, and some fizz to complete.

Ingredients

  • 3 cans club soda, 355 mL each
  • 2 tsp . Country Time Lemon Iced Tea Liquid Drink Mix
  • 4 each lemon, lime and orange slices

Instructions

  1. Combine ingredients in glass or plastic pitcher.
  2. Serve immediately over ice in tall glasses.

Notes

Optional - Garnish filled glasses with fresh mint leaves & fresh cut citrus fruits

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 2 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 62Sodium: 4mgCarbohydrates: 20gFiber: 6gSugar: 5gProtein: 2g

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19 Comments

  1. I have tried the Country Style Lemonade drops. I love the flavour and have been using it regularly in my water.

  2. This looks so good. I bet it has a great taste and awesome for these hot summer days!

  3. I must look for the Country Time Lemon Iced Tea Liquid Drink Mix because this recipe sounds so refreshing with a lot of flavor.

  4. I love the Country Time lemonade powder so I am sure the drops will be way better!

  5. LOL I think everyone as a child has tried club soda and thought THE HELL? lol
    yeah, not a fan either

  6. So easy to make. I never thought about adding the liquid enhancers to Club Soda, will have to give it a try! Thanks for the idea!

  7. I haven’t tried KraftHeinz Liquid Enhancers before but this seems like an easy and refreshing way to add a little pop to our summer drinks! I’m going to try Country Time Lemon Iced Tea first! Thanks for the great post and delicious recipe.

  8. This would be a great refreshing drink for the hot summer weather. These are the type of drinks I like.

  9. Brilliant recipe! Unlike you, I love Club soda but it can become a little boring. This recipe is easy and sounds refreshing especially with this heat wave we are having here in Ontario. Thank you for sharing.

    ps. I can use my mint from my garden too. 🙂

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