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Summer afternoons are made for sweet tea. But, on the weekends? It’s time to kick it up a notch with our Back Porch Sweet Tea Sangria. Made with Milo’s Tea and your favorite wine, it’s easy to make and bursting with fruit flavors.
In the South, sweet tea is the go to beverage for most. Especially in the summer. Set out a pitcher on hot afternoons, and your front porch just may be the most popular spot in the neighborhood.
On the weekends though, you’ll find me and the hubs on the back porch enjoying our favorite Sweet Tea Sangria recipe. This recipe was made for lounging about on hot days. Find a shady spot, put out the corn hole boards and invite your besties.
No matter how you prefer your iced tea, it’s time you discover Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea. It’s fresh brewed, features natural ingredients, and includes no preservatives or added acids. Their range of teas are sweetened with pure cane sugar, no calorie and unsweet options. Simply pour into your favorite pitcher. We won’t tell you got it at the store!
Back Porch Sweet Tea Sangria
Pour a bottle of white wine that you enjoy into your pitcher. Next add Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea. (You can totally use the other Milo’s tea’s like their No-Calorie or Unsweet Tea varieties if you prefer.)
Stir in the fruit and chill, for at least a few hours… I like to make it first thing in the morning, for a late afternoon get-together.
When it’s time to serve, pour over ice and garnish with herbs if desired!
Wanna know more about what’s in your glass?
Milo’s Tea is THE beverage for summer meal entertaining and get-togethers! Milo’s Tea Company is a third generation family owned, certified woman owned business located in Bessemer, AL. (So you know it’s genuine!!) Milo’s was founded as a restaurant in 1946 by Milo and Bea Carlton after Milo returned from serving his country in World War II. Milo’s philosophy was simple – use high quality, fresh, natural ingredients, listen to your customers and never sacrifice taste.
In 1989, Milo’s began selling their fresh brewed Famous Sweet Tea to local Birmingham grocery stores and now Milo’s beverages can be found in thousands of retailers across the United States. Milo and Bea’s vision still guides the company today as Milo’s continues to source only natural ingredients, fresh brew all of their teas and never use colors, acids, additives or preservatives. Read the simple ingredient list on their juices and teas, and you will see the difference.
- 2 quarts Milo's Famous Sweet Tea
- 1 bottle white wine
- 1 pint of fresh raspberries
- 4 peaches, pitted and sliced
- Garnish: herbs and extra fruit, if desired
- Pour a bottle of white wine that you enjoy into your pitcher. Next add Milo's Famous Sweet Tea. (You can totally use the other Milo's tea's like their No-Calorie or Unsweet Tea varieties if you prefer.)
- Stir in the fruit and chill, for at least a few hours... I like to make it first thing in the morning, for a late afternoon get-together.
- When it's time to serve, pour over ice and garnish with herbs if desired!