Georgia Peach Sweet Tea

Nothing is more refreshing on a hot day than a cold glass of sweet tea.  This recipe takes it up a notch by adding our favorite peach flavor in a simple and natural way.

This post is sponsored by my friends at Torani. All opinions expressed are my own. #naturalearthydrinks

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There is nothing better than a great glass of sweet tea to really get you excited about spring and summertime!  While I will admit, it took me a long time to come around to sweet tea after moving to the south, now I love to enjoy a cold glass on my front porch rocking chairs and really embrace my southerness 😛 

And why not add some peach to it – we are in Georgia after all!  In this recipe I used both fresh peaches and one of my favorite brands to help me make a great sweet tea.

If you want to try other peach recipes definitely check out my single serve healthy peach crisp and my paleo peach pancakes.

If you are interested to see some other recipes I’ve made with Torani products check out my cinnamon sugar apple butter cider and my chocolate chip pumpkin bread!

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Let’s Make Some Sweet Georgia Peach Tea!

So let’s start with the tea – the most basic element!  For this sweet tea I used  NUMI organic breakfast blend tea bags.  I love this brand because they are certified organic, fair trade certified, are a B Corp (which is really cool – you should look into them if you don’t know what that means!) and purchasing their products supports a non profit that provides clean drinking water to families around the world.  Pretty cool huh?  These products can be found at

To take the tea up a notch and make it in to this DELICIOUS sweet peach tea I added Torani Puremade Peach Syrup.  Also love these products because they’re non GMO, have no artificial flavors, no artificial colors and no artificial preservatives. And it mixes in so well!  If you are interested in trying these out you can find them at

All you really have to do is let your tea brew, decide how sweet you want it when you add your syrup, and if you are feeling fancy get yourself some fresh peaches to make “ice cubes” that won’t water your drink down and muddle some in there for extra fun.  See directions below.

In addition to the listed ingredients, you will need:

  • a small pot, and a lid (if you want it to heat up faster)
  • a muddler (if you are adding fresh peaches)
  • a funnel (or a bendy plastic cup) – to more easily get your tea from the pot into your glasses (you’re welcome in advance – this got messy for me)

I hope you enjoy your refreshing glass of sweet peach tea!

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Georgia Peach Sweet Tea

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  • Author: Megan
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
  • Diet: Low Fat


Gluten Free, Vegan

Nothing is more refreshing on a hot day than a cold glass of sweet tea.  This recipe takes it up a notch by adding our favorite peach flavor in a simple and natural way.


  • 4 cups of water
  • 3 NUMI organic breakfast blend tea bags
  • 3/41 cup Torani Puremade Peach Syrup
  • Optional: 1 fresh peach


  1. Optional: start by taking 1/2 of your peach, cutting it into slices, and putting in the freezer.  These slices will act as your ice cubes to keep your drink cold without watering it down!
  2. Pour water into a small pot, bring to a simmer.  Then remove from heat and add tea bags. Let steep for about 5 minutes, until it reaches your desired strength (I usually do closer to ten minutes personally).
  3. While still warm, add your Torani Puremade Peach Syrup and stir until well combined.  Start with 3/4 cup, taste, and add more if desired.
  4. Optional: Take the second half of your peach and cut it into two fourths.  Place each on the bottom of a glass, and muddle.
  5. Once your tea has cooled, pour it into your glasses, add peach “ice cubes” and enjoy!


The fresh peaches are optional but highly encouraged – adds a little more flavor and makes it more fun!

I like to put closer to 1 full cup of syrup in mine.

You could enjoy this as a hot tea too!

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Category: drinks
  • Method: stovetop
  • Cuisine: American


  • Serving Size: 1/2 of recipe

If you try this recipe please leave a comment below letting me know what you think!  If you remake on Instagram don’t forget to tag us at @donutworry_behealthy and @Torani and hashtag #naturalearthydrinks so we can see your creation and I can share in my stories!


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  1. Good to know that works too! I learn so much from you as well! Keep it up great post.

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