iced tea

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iced tea

or ice tea
n.
A cold drink consisting of tea that has been chilled, often served with sugar or sweetener and flavorings such as lemon.

iced tea

or

ice tea

n
(Cooking) chilled black tea, often sweetened and flavoured with lemon juice
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Noun1.iced tea - strong tea served over iceiced tea - strong tea served over ice    
tea - a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in water; "iced tea is a cooling drink"
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In time for iced-tea season, QTrade Teas & Herbs flips the switch this quarter on new machinery that will considerably boost its iced tea packing capacity from 200,000 to 300,000 bags a day.
Festival organizer Dorian Keysor said about 500 performers took to the stage, playing everything from washboards to iced-tea spoons.
Exemplifying the growing trend in premium iced-tea is the "Iced Tea Competition" at the World Tea Expo and at other tea conventions.
Long Life Teas have received the OTA (Organic Trade Association) stamp of endorsement, and it is the only iced-tea manufacturer certified by QAI (Quality Assurance International).