Green tea, orange, peach and mango cooler

February 28, 2012Drinks

Hello hello! It’s absolutely gorgeous outside today (well at least it looks that way from my window!), so I wanted to make something reminiscent of spring. It’s still pretty cold outdoors, but at least the sun’s shining. To bring a little more sunshine indoors, I made a green tea cooler with orange, peach and mango juice and a hint of lemon. It’s absolutely refreshing!

I was updating the site last weekend and realized that it’s been so darn long since I made any mocktails. I blame the cold weather! All I’ve been drinking is warm tea, milk or hot cocoa. The hot cocoa is actually more of an addiction – sometimes I’ll have three cups in a day. But don’t worry, it’s not the sugary kind. Just plain old cocoa powder with some warm milk… But since spring is near, why not make something more refreshing?



Making this cooler is as simple as it can get. Just brew some green tea (the loose leaf kind), cool it down and then add orange, peach & mango juice. Add a few ice cubes and a spritz of lemon and there you have it – sunshine in a glass…



Here’s how to make it…..

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Green tea, peach and mango cooler
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Serves: 6

  • 3 tbsp green tea (loose leaf)
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 3 cups cold water
  • 4 cups orange, peach & mango juice (I used Tropicana fruit blend)
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • ice cubes

  1. Brew the tea leaves in a cup of hot water for 3-4 minutes. Strain the liquid into a large pitcher.
  2. Add the cold water, juice, ice cubes and lemon juice. Enjoy!


I found these really awesome ice cube trays that are shaped like citrus slices and I’ve been using them all the time for ice and even frozen juice. Aren’t the ice cubes gorgeous?



Anyways, off to some more work on the spring magazine! Have a great week everyone!




  1. Asiya says:

    So refreshing! Makes me feel like spring is coming…actually with this weather it feels like spring is right around the corner!

  2. Oh my gosh those ice cubes are adorable!!! where did you find them? And that juice looks so refreshing…full of antioxidants too

    • Divya says:

      Thanks Sarah! I got them from a small kitchen store a few months ago. You can also find them online – the link is in the post :).

  3. Refreshing! I love that spring is peeking just around the corner. Cannot wait :D

  4. I can have a pitcher of this glorious sunshine drink, so refreshing. Those ice-cubes are so cute. I have a silicone guitar ice tray, and now I’m pining for this ha.

    Ohh, love the new blog design. So cool and chic, just like you :) Rock on Divya!

  5. myfudo says:

    I love the cute ice cubes…I have ice cube trays shaped like stars, I am sure my little stars will look really pretty too floating in this refreshing drink!

  6. Love the clicks, so refreshing, sunny and bright! You brought the sun into my dull day with your cooler, Divya. thanks for sharing!

  7. Wow this sounds so refreshing. I love all those drinks so combined it has to taste sensational. I can’t wait to whip this together. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Suzi says:

    Now here is sunshine in a glass, I love that you added mango too. Those ice cube trays are too cute. Where did you get them?

  9. OMG! Those citrus ice cubes are so gorgeous! I love the beautiful yellow all over… Sunshine in a glass for sure :)

  10. Heather - Farmgirl Gourmet says:

    Gorgeous Divya….I love love love this recipe! Perfect for a warm summer day.

  11. Those citrus ice cubes look great! The cooler looks fabulous, it’s sunshine in a glass.

  12. Ambika says:

    I would LOVE to sip on this on a sunny day! Love the color of the drink and yes, the ice tray is indeed beautiful.

  13. hemalata says:

    Refreshing mango cooler,looks so beautiful.

  14. I love the ice cubes Divya, where did you get them? Now add a splash of vodka and it’s a perfect patio cocktail. It’s so nice to see the sunshine today. So glad it’s Friday.

  15. kankana says:

    The drink is gorgeous filled with sunshine! I love it and that ice cubes are so cute.

  16. Sophie says:

    Yum! What avibrant yellow refreshing & alternative drink! I love this tasty combo of real tasty flavours!

    The ice cubes look cool too! ;) Yum!

  17. How cute are those ice cubes. i just love the colour in your photos here.

  18. It’s those beautiful ice cubes that lead me to your blog (thanks to pinterest:). it’s like seeing sunshine in a glass! gorgeous…

  19. Sunshine in a glass indeed!
    and I love those ice cubes!

  20. This is perfect for the upcoming summer!

  21. Great blog, refreshing recipe, sharp pictures, awesome post and thanks for making the blog and sharing the recipe with everyone. Love the tiny ice cubes. Will search ice cubes trays in the market.

  22. AmyEliza says:

    Yummm this sounds so refreshing! I have to start improvising with my tea more. I’m missing out on so much!

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