Rosemary-Ginger Iced Green Tea

Iced green tea infused with ginger and rosemary is crisp, refreshing and perfect for any time of the year. When you drink this soothing, healthful beverage, your body (and taste buds) will thank you! What are your go-to flavor combinations for iced tea?


Rosemary-Ginger Iced Green Tea

  • 2 sprigs fresh rosemary
  • 1 inch of fresh ginger, peeled and sliced into thin rounds
  • 1⁄4 cup honey or sweetener, if desired
  • 8 green tea bags

Add rosemary and ginger to your Iced Tea Maker pitcher, plus sweetener if desired. Fill pitcher with ice to the ice level marking and place pitcher with lid onto the machine. Place tea bags into the brew basket and close lid. Turn on machine and let brew. After brewing, pour tea into ice-filled glasses and garnish with extra rosemary, and enjoy!

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Warm Winter Tea

If cold season has you feeling down, try some tea. Ward off winter chills with jasmine infused green tea, citrus and honey – to keep you healthy or help soothe a sore throat and build your immune system. Cozy up this weekend with a cup of Warm Winter Tea:


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Warm Winter Tea

1 serving

  • 1 Tbsp loose-leaf jasmine green tea
  • 1 Tsp honey, or to taste
  • 2 (thin) lemon slices
  • Water (5-8 ounces)

Using your H2O Steel PLUS, press the 160°F (Green Tea temperature setting) to heat water to near boiling. Pour the heated water into a mug, and steep the tea for about 3 to 5 minutes. Add in the lemon slices and honey, and enjoy!

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Recipe Round Up: Iced Tea

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Classic, cool and refreshing, what’s not to love about iced tea? We’re sharing our most popular recipes that will quench your thirst. Grab your Iced Tea Maker and get ready to brew; there are plenty of delicious ways to sip through the season.



1) Fresh Peach Iced Tea

2) Boston Iced Tea

3) Strawberry Basil Iced Tea


4) Green Tea Mojito

5) Raspberry Peppermint Iced Tea

6) Blackberry Hibiscus Iced Tea

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Green Tea Affogato

We’re putting a twist on the traditional affogato by using Green Tea instead of espresso.  You’ll want to give this light and refreshing rendition a try.

Green Tea Affogato


Green Tea Affogato

2 servings


– 2 tea bags of Green Tea

– 16 oz. water

– 8 oz. low-fat milk

– 1 tsp. powdered sugar

– 2 scoops vanilla ice cream


In your Capresso teaC100, boil 16 ounces of water on the Green Tea setting. Once the water has come to a boil and the kettle has automatically shut off, pour water into a new pitcher and add tea bags. Steep for 3-5 minutes, or to your personal taste.

Place the frothing disk in your Capresso froth TEC and ensure it is securely snapped inside the bottom of the milk pitcher.  Add milk and powdered sugar to frothing pitcher, and press the Cold button.  Wait for the frother to automatically shut off.

Pour equal parts milk and green tea into large glasses, filling the glass about halfway, and stir well. Place a scoop of ice cream in each. Enjoy!

Iced Green Tea Latte

Searching for a cool and sweet drink for the end of summer? Try our Iced Green Tea Latte recipe. Fresh lemon adds a refreshing twist to this healthy beverage.

For the freshest taste, use homebrewed green tea.  The Capresso teaC100 Water Kettle can quickly heat water to the ideal temperature for green tea (160°F), ensuring a flavorful brew. To make things even easier, the teaC100 comes with five temperature settings, including green tea. Learn more about the teaC100 here.

Iced Green Tea Latte

1 serving

–       4 oz. non-fat milk

–       1 tsp. simple syrup

–       4 oz. iced green tea

–       Ice

–       Lemon wedge and lemon zest for serving

Place the frothing disk in your Capresso froth PLUS and ensure it is securely snapped inside the bottom of the frothing pitcher. Add milk and simple syrup to frothing pitcher and press Cold button. Wait for frother to automatically shut off. Place ice into a glass and fill half way with iced green tea. Pour frothed milk on top and garnish with lemon wedge and lemon zest.