#Win a Mighty Leaf Iced Tea Brewing Prize Pack (US ends 7/15)

Mighty Leaf Tea offers a tremendous variety of tea and flavors from bagged tea to loose and tried-and-true flavors to more exotic blends.

Ginger Peach Iced Tea was the first Mighty Leaf Tea. It has an incredible aroma. It’s just the beginning; the taste is phenomenal! A blissful and lightly sweet black iced tea infused with sun-swelled peaches and delicate ginger; doesn’t that just envelope summer?!

I guzzle it by the  gallon.

Calypso Mango Iced Tea.  Again, the aroma will delight–and this is right out of the box! I have a thing for Mangos and coupled with black tea this one’s a tropical paradise in taste!

Refreshing Sunburst Green-Iced Tea: a cool and vibrant iced green tea that delivers mountain-grown Chinese green tea leaves brightened with the crisp taste of ripe oranges and sweet citrus. The lowest in caffeine among all four flavors.

Mighty Leaf Tea also offers Organic Black Iced Tea: a flavorful black iced tea made of refreshing rich and smooth South Indian Organic black tea leaves hand-picked on the dewy slopes of Nilgiri Mountains. It’s delicious, but, I admit, it seems so naked compared to the other amazing flavors.

Suggested Retail Price is $5.99 for a 4-pouch box. That’s just $1.50 per gourmet tea bag that makes 1/2 gallon or four 16oz. servings. At 37 cents per 16oz serving, you’re saving big considering a pre-brewed iced tea retails for $1.50 or more–and Mighty Leaf Takes just 5 minutes to make–less time than you can run out and buy a bottle.

If you like to get your caffeine fix from your daily cups of tea, the tea from Mighty Leaf Tea will give you a kick start. When you see the size of these tea bag pouches you simply won’t believe it! The satin tea bag pouches are the size of my hand and the flavor they brew is incredible. We want to share this great DIY Brewing kit with you. Pittsburgh Frugal Mom, Mommy’s Memorandum, Utah Coupon Deals and Saving For My Family are bringing you this great giveaway! You can read all about these great items in the review from Pittsburgh Frugal Mom. There is a frugal way to make fancy teas and you won’t pay those expensive store prices!
huge tea bag mighty leaf tea bags are huge!
Here is what One Lucky Blog Reader is going to win: ONE DIY iced tea brewing kit. One box of each of our four iced teas(Sunburst Green Tea, Ginger Peach, Calypso Mango,Organic Black), a Takeya flash brew iced tea pitcher, and a Takeya glass water bottle. Total value is nearly $60. I love mine and I know you will love your kit.
mighty leaf tea prize pack includes 4 boxes of artisan tea, a takeya flash brew iced tea pitcher and a takeya glass waterbottle

Good Luck!

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Comments

  1. Lindsey Doepker says

    I like to take some frozen fruit and blend it in with some green tea or regular tea with some ice in a blender.

  2. jules m. says

    i use a gallon of distilled water and lipton and make it on the stovetop. i add a cup of sugar

  3. Jessica Rose says

    I make my tea with one green tea bag, one raspberry tea bad and just a touch of splenda, cold brew over ice. Soo good!

  4. Kathlyne says

    I like to make slightly flavored tea by using 3 bags of plain black tea, and then one bag of flavored tea. This past weekend I made vanilla tea.

  5. Megan Linscheid says

    Growing up my grandma would make me regular old Liptons Tea tea with a little sugar. And that’s still how I like it today, with a little sugar. I like it iced during summer and hot during winter. Would love to be able to make my own! Sounds fun!! 🙂

  6. Brutus Duffy says

    I Like to mix strong black tea with lemon and a dash of vodka to keep the blood flowing.

  7. cheryl gaston says

    I love ice tea and my family drinks a lot of it every three days I got to make a big picture of ice tea. it goes pretty fast in my home.

  8. alyce poalillo says

    I would use the organic Black tea and add cucmber slices, very refreshing and helps with detoxing

  9. April V. says

    I don’t really have a tea recipe. I boil the water, add the tea, steep, add sweetener of choice and done.

  10. Kylie C says

    I love to make up a pitcher of unsweetened hibiscus tea and mix it half and half with Lemonade.

  11. Michelle Proper says

    I love making a fresh brew of Hibiscus flowers and mint from my garden and add a little honey for sweetness. What a pretty colored red tea and oh so flavorful!

  12. gerri dumas domicolo says

    I just love brewed tea….straight up,nothin’ added.Easy recipe 😉

  13. Elizabeth Smith says

    I know this my sound crazy, but my favorite tea recipe is to mix hot chocolate mix with my mint tea. Chocolate mint tea is yummy.

  14. Peggy Humbracht says

    Just a little honey with my black tea . Great for a cold and sore throat.

  15. Kim O says

    I mainly drink southern sweet tea, but would love to get away from my Coke Zero kick and drink tea. If I can enjoy the flavored kind with little or no sugar, even better. Sounds like this is a great system!

  16. Elisabeth Schulz says

    I love black tea ~~ flavored, unflavored, hot, cold, whatever. I don’t care for decaf teas like herbal teas. . . I’ll just drink water. I love Mighty leaf.

  17. Jennifer says

    shredded ginger with raw honey and sliced lemon (including the peel)… that will heal anything!

  18. Valinda says

    Add boiling water to mango tea, let steep for 5 minutes and then pour over 1/4 cup of sugar. Serve over ice.

  19. says

    I love to take plain black tea (and i LOVE Mighty Leaf) and mix it with some honey while it steeps, then I pour it over ice. Mmmmm. I gave up soda in 1997 and tea has been a staple ever since!

  20. TawndaM says

    Usually, I make just plain home-brewed sweet tea…though the ginger peach iced tea has me going hmmmmmmmmm

  21. Tiffiny Palm says

    My favorite is peach/mango green tea with honey to sweeten….love sweetened ice tea.

  22. says

    I love iced chai, lightly sweetened. I generally use Bigelow or Celestial Seasonings. I’ve never heard of Mighty Leaf! So glad you shared! 🙂

  23. Kim Scott Barton says

    I really like the flavor of peach green tea with a little wildflower honey…its tastes beautiful

  24. Diane Sallans says

    I like black tea bags & some sugar with a tea kettle full of boiling water into a pot; cool; refrigerate; serve over ice w/ fresh lemon

  25. jeanne jewett says

    On a sunny day…
    fill gallon jug with water
    add 1 big or 5 small bagged tea
    set on back porch (not included in supermarket)
    add sugar, mint leaves
    later that evening fill glass with ice, pour, and enjoy!

  26. Peggy Humbracht says

    Fill a glass jar with cool water, put in tea bags(be adventurous and try flavored bags) and place in Refrigerator until brewed. Delicious!

  27. deana c says

    My favorite recipe is sun tea brewed all day long in the sun to drink later at night!

  28. Diane S says

    Just a simple tea then add some real lemon juice is a great refresher. Also take some straight up reg cold brewed tea and some chilled/frozen fruit slices to it and have a great fruity mix.

  29. Diane Sallans says

    I just bring a teakettle full of water to a boil, tie 6 black tea bags together & hang inside a pot, put a scoop of sugar into the pot & pur the boiling water over it. Once cooled put in a pitcher & refrigerate. Serve over ice with a squeezed quarter of a lemon.

  30. says

    Don’t have a Tea Recipe but I use a LOT of Teavana. I brew it hot and then put in a pitcher over ice. Their Watermelon Mint Chiller is AMAZING iced.

  31. Laureen E. says

    Brew Gallon Green tea, then add 1/2 c. honey, 2 drops lavender oil and 1 drop peppermint oil

  32. Carrie Scaduto says

    This would be awesome to try! Great for the Summer!!! Thanks for the opportunity!!!

  33. timothy peacock says

    I love classic sun tea with peach nectar added to it.. some kind of good on a hot summer day