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Guava Black Lemonade Tea

Summer’s here, and if you’re like me, you’re on the hunt for refreshing drinks that are both tasty and easy to make.

I’ve got a killer recipe for you today: Guava Black Lemonade Tea.

guava black lemonade tea

This non-alcoholic lemonade cocktail combines the tangy zest of lemonade with the rich flavor of black tea and the tropical sweetness of guava.

It’s one of my favorite fruit tea recipes and perfect for sipping by the pool or at a summer picnic. Let’s get into it!

guava black lemonade tea
  • Refreshing and Fruity: Combines the flavors of guava, lemonade, and black tea.
  • Easy to Make: Simple steps, minimal ingredients.
  • Perfect for Summer: Ideal for hot days and summer gatherings.
  • Non-Alcoholic: Suitable for all ages.
  • Versatile: Can be customized with other fruit infusions like strawberry lemonade.
  • Guava Juice: Provides a sweet, tropical flavor that pairs wonderfully with the tartness of the lemonade. Look for 100% guava juice for the best taste, or make your own by blending fresh guava and straining the pulp.
  • Black Tea: Adds a rich, robust taste to balance the sweetness. Use high-quality loose-leaf black tea or your favorite black tea bags.
  • Lemonade: Freshly squeezed lemon juice is best for that perfect tang. If you’re short on time, you can use store-bought lemonade, but homemade is always more flavorful.
  • Sweetener: Honey, sugar, or even agave syrup can be used. Adjust the amount based on your sweetness preference.
  • Ice: Keeps your drink chilled and refreshing. Use crushed ice or ice cubes, depending on your preference.
  • Garnishes: Optional, but lemon slices, guava chunks, or even fresh mint leaves can add a beautiful finishing touch to your drink.
guava black lemonade tea
  1. Brew the Black Tea: Start by boiling 2 cups of water. Add 2 black tea bags and let them steep for 5-7 minutes. Remove the tea bags and let the tea cool.
  2. Prepare the Lemonade: In a pitcher, mix 1 cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice with 1 cup of water. Sweeten to taste with honey or sugar, stirring until dissolved.
  3. Mix the Guava Juice: Pour 1 cup of guava juice into the lemonade mixture. Stir well.
  4. Combine Everything: Once the black tea has cooled, add it to the guava lemonade mixture. Stir to combine all the flavors.
  5. Chill: Fill glasses with ice and pour the guava black lemonade tea over the ice. Garnish with lemon slices or guava chunks if desired.
guava black lemonade tea

Store any leftover Guava Black Lemonade Tea in the refrigerator. It’s best to keep it in an airtight container or a pitcher with a lid to maintain its freshness.

This summer drink should stay fresh for up to 3 days.

Before serving again, give it a good stir to mix any settled ingredients and ensure the flavors are well blended.

When to Serve This Guava Lemonade Drink

This Guava Black Lemonade Tea is a perfect fit for various occasions, especially during the warmer months. Serve it at:

  • Barbecues: A refreshing addition to any grilled feast.
  • Picnics: Pack it in a cooler for a cool, thirst-quenching treat.
  • Pool Parties: Keep guests hydrated and delighted with this fruity beverage.
  • Casual Gatherings: Whether it’s a family get-together or a casual hangout with friends, this drink is always a hit.
  • Afternoon Breaks: Enjoy a chilled glass during your afternoon downtime to cool off and relax.
guava black lemonade tea

Tips for Serving Guava Lemonade At Parties

If you’re planning to serve this Guava Black Lemonade Tea at your next bash, I’ve got some fun and handy tips to make sure it’s a total hit:

  1. Large Batch Preparation: First off, you’re gonna want to make a big batch. Trust me, this stuff is so good, it’ll go fast. Double or triple the recipe, and you’ll have plenty to keep everyone’s cups filled.
  2. Fancy Ice Cubes: Add some pizzazz with flavored ice cubes. Freeze guava juice or lemonade in ice cube trays with a tiny slice of guava or a mint leaf in each. These not only keep your drink cold but also add a nice touch of flavor as they melt.
  3. Fun Garnishes: Go all out with the garnishes. Think slices of fresh guava, lemon wedges, or even a sprig of mint. Not only do they look pretty, but they also give an extra flavor boost.
  4. Serve in Style: Presentation matters, girlss! Use clear glass pitchers and glasses to show off the beautiful color of the drink. Mason jars are a cute option too and add a bit of rustic charm.
  5. Self-Serve Station: Set up a self-serve drink station. Arrange your pitchers, glasses, fun straws, and garnishes so guests can mix and match. It’s interactive and lets people customize their drinks.
  6. Keep It Cool: If you’re hosting outdoors, keep your pitchers in a large bucket filled with ice. This keeps your drink chilled and refreshing throughout the event.
  7. Add Variety: While Guava Black Lemonade Tea is the star, consider offering a couple of other flavored lemonades or iced teas. Maybe a homemade strawberry lemonade or a classic sun tea to give guests options.
guava black lemonade tea

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Guava Black Lemonade Tea

Recipe by Tania FaysalCourse: Black Tea, Fruit Tea, Iced Tea


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Looking for a refreshing, non-alcoholic summer drink? This Guava Black Lemonade Tea is perfect! A delightful blend of iced tea lemonade and tropical guava, it’s one of the best fruit-infused lemonade recipes out there.


  • 2 cups water

  • 2 black tea bags

  • 1 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice

  • 1 cup water (for lemonade)

  • 1 cup guava juice

  • Honey or sugar to taste

  • Ice cubes

  • Lemon slices or guava chunks for garnish


  • Boil 2 cups of water and steep 2 black tea bags for 5-7 minutes. Cool the tea.
  • In a pitcher, mix 1 cup lemon juice with 1 cup water. Sweeten to taste with honey or sugar.
  • Add 1 cup guava juice to the lemonade mixture. Stir well.
  • Combine the cooled black tea with the guava lemonade mixture. Stir to mix.
  • Fill glasses with ice and pour the drink over the ice. Garnish with lemon slices or guava chunks.

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