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A type of cold tea is iced tea. It can apply to any tea that has been iced or cooled, even though it is generally served in a glass with iceSugarsyrup, and/or apple slices can be used to sweeten it. Iced tea is another popular packaged beverage that may be blended with flavored syrup in a variety of flavors such as lemonraspberrylime, passion fruitpeachorangestrawberry, or cherry.

While most iced teas are made from tea leaves (Camellia sinensis), herbal drinks can also be served cold and called iced tea. Sun tea is iced tea created by steeping tea leaves for an extended period of time at a lower temperature (one hour in the sun vs five minutes at 80 to 100 °C (176 to 212 °F)).

Mate, or chá mate, is a popular beverage in Brazil, notably in Rio de Janeiro. The carioca rendition, unlike the Argentinian or gaucho mate (also called as chimarro), is served iced and sweetened. Lime juice (not lemon) is a popular flavoring in Rio, where it is known as “mate com limo.” It’s a staple of the local beach culture, and it’s sold in portable coolers by walk-up sellers. Mate dried leaves are available at stores and may be prepared at home. The most well-known brand is Leo, which originated in Paraná and was subsequently purchased by The Coca-Cola Company. It’s usually kept in the refrigerator overnight. Mate is also sold as a non-carbonated soft drink by Leo.

Iced tea in Canada refers to sweetened iced tea with a lemon flavor. Although drink powder may be used to make iced tea at home, it is normally marketed in single bottles or cans with other soft drinks. Unlike in the United States, iced tea in Canada is referred to as ‘pop’ and is not regarded a substitute for hot tea. Through marketing efforts, sweetened green teas including those flavored with raspberry, peach, or pomegranate are becoming increasingly popular. Companies such as Arizona, Nestlé (Nestea), and Brisk make sweetened iced tea as an alternative to other soft beverages. Iced tea made from whole-leaf tea without additives is available in many health food stores. Freshly brewed iced tea is often available, especially in smaller, privately owned establishments. Due to its convenience, powdered or frozen iced tea is a popular home preparation.


Since the late 1980s, using canned or bottled tea, iced tea has achieved broad appeal in even rural regions, despite not being a traditional manner to serve tea. Green tea is one of several forms of tea that may be found packaged and sold in stores. Many households create iced tea by combining a little amount of strong hot tea with a large amount of ice or chilling hot tea for several hours. Black, green, and oolong () teas, as well as various herbals, are popular iced teas. In the hot summer months, “yin” (or cooling herbs) such as chrysanthemum, kuding tea (), and other herbs are used to prepare iced herbal beverages. Tea that had been cooled but was still warm was popular in ancient times. Only people with political ties to the Communist Party were allowed to drink chilled tea. Refrigeration became available to the general public for the first time in the 1990s, thanks to the establishment of limited capitalism and the openness of markets. In 1997, just 7% of urban families in China owned a refrigerator; by 2009, that number had risen to 95%.

Lemon- and peach-flavored iced teas are the most popular variants, with Nestea, Lipton, and Pfanner being the most popular brands. Lipton sells non-carbonated iced teas under the “Ice Tea” brand and carbonated iced teas under the “Ice Tea Sparkling” brand. Many restaurants and cafés serve iced tea as well. In most large supermarkets, half-sweetened iced tea (50 g/l sugar vs. 100 g/l sugar in soft drinks) is available, mostly “Lipton Green.” There are instant teas that may be used to make iced tea with cold or hot water and are commonly referred to as “Krümeltee” (crumb tea or crumble tea) due to their distinctive look.

In Greece, ice tea is mainly lemon or peach flavored. Lipton, Fuze Tea, Arizona, Nestea, and Life Tsai are the most popular brands. New tastes have recently emerged, but they have not yet achieved the popularity of lemon and peach, despite the fact that there are variations available, such as no sugar or green tea with the above flavorings. Although sparkling Ice Tea is hard to come by, shops do provide powdered Ice Tea. In most places, ice tea, regardless of brand, is widely available, generally served with ice and a lemon slice (regardless of being lemon or peach). In addition to the traditional Ice Tea, there is a canned cold mountain tea called tuvunu (Greek: o) that means “of the mountain” and is marketed by a separate firm. This model is less popular right now, maybe due to its newness on the market. In Greece, Ice Tea is one of the most popular non-alcoholic beverages, ranking third after cola and orange juice.

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