iced tea


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

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
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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"
References in classic literature ?
She led him into the dining-room, and pouring out a glass of iced tea handed it to him.
Long Island Iced Tea started out by tapping into the familiarity of the alcoholic beverage that has been around since the 1970s.
The Long Island Iced Tea Corporation saw its stock price skyrocket Thursday after it (http://www.
Aglass of iced tea is so simple, yet so refreshing on a hot afternoon.
five new additions to its Mangrove Bay flavoured iced tea line, that are now available to foodservice and convenience store operators.
5-fluid-ounce glass bottles, Teavana Craft Iced Tea is available in four flavors: Pineapple Berry Blue Herbal Tea containing tropical citrus notes, hibiscus and green rooibos; Peach Green Tea with hints of Thai lemongrass and Pacific Northwest mint; Passion Tango Herbal Tea, with hibiscus, apple and Thai lemongrass; and Mango Black Tea with hints of lime.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 13, 2016-US Beverage Firm Long Island Iced Tea to Acquire ALO Juice in Shares Deal
com)-- How do you take a local, favorite like Rosenberger's All-Natural Iced Tea and turn it into a regional sensation fast?
Washington, August 5 ( ANI ): Drinking iced tea can contribute to painful kidney stones, a Loyola University Medical Center urologist has warned.
British soft drinks company, Metro Drinks, has given its popular Latitude Iced Tea range a full brand makeover introducing bright colours and a quirky penguin character which gives the range high impact visibility on shelf.
RTD iced tea continued to dominate, accounting for 46 percent of total launches, with RTD iced coffee and meal replacement and other drinks each accounting for 27 percent of launches.
A GROWING taste for iced tea and coffee helped boost soft drink sales in the UK last year.