Iced Black Tea with Milk and Orange

Iced Black Tea with Milk and Orange

Refreshing take on tradition. Black tea with milk gets a little makeover for the summer.



Level: Easy

Serves: 2


  • 2 bags Tetley Iced Tea (the Large Tea Bags)
  • 4 cups Hot Water
  • 4 Tablespoons Sweetened, Condensed Milk
  • 1 Tablespoon Orange Juice
  • 1 whole Orange (2 Slices For Garnish, Plus As Much Zest From The Remaining Orange That You Desire)


Pour hot water over tea bags and add just the peel from 1 orange. Let the mixture steep for a long time, about 2 hours. If you were to make regular iced tea you would add more cold water to this. We’re just going to use this strong base with no water to make our drinks.

For this recipe use 2 cups of just the tea concentrate (you will have extra base left over – just save it in the fridge for your next servings). Add 2 cups of the tea concentrate to a large mason jar or drink mixer. Add the orange juice, 4 Tablespoons sweetened condensed milk and ice. (I also added some grated orange peel because I like the way it looks. I will say that you will get little bits of orange in your drink, so if that bothers you omit grating the peel). Shake everything all together and pour over ice into 2 separate glasses. Serve with orange slices in the rim to be fancy.

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