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Copycat Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea Recipe (1)

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Peach Iced Tea is about as refreshing as you can get. Try this recipe soon.
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There is something extra refreshing about Peach Iced Tea, and it is one of my favorite drinks to get at Olive Garden.

Today, I have a copycat recipe for Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea to share with you. Now we will all be enjoying fresh homemade peach iced tea this summer. After all, Peach Iced Tea goes just as great with grilled foods and many other cuisines, as it does with the Italian fare it is served with at Olive Garden.

How to Make Copycat Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea

As you will see, this copycat recipe is quite easy to make (Full recipe is below).
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Simply place the peach syrup ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a boil.

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Smush the peaches up a bit while dissolving the sugar, then allow the syrup to set for awhile.

Brew your tea, allow to cool to room temp, add syrup then chill the peach tea.

Serve over ice.

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If you like this recipe be sure to check out myRaspberry Iced Tea and if you prefer something with a little kick, my Bourbon Iced Tea.

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Copycat Olive Garden Peach Tea Recipe

Copycat recipe version of Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea, for you to enjoy at home.

4.89 from 44 votes

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Course: Drinks

Cuisine: American

Prep Time: 6 minutes minutes

Cook Time: 6 minutes minutes

Total Time: 12 minutes minutes

Servings: 8

Calories: 111kcal

Author: Robin Gagnon


Making Peach Syrup

  • Place water sugar and peaches in saucepan over med-high heat until they come to a boil. Reduce heat to medium.

  • Crush peach slices as you stir to dissolve the sugar.

  • Once the sugar is dissolved turn off the burner, cover, and allow to rest for about 30 minutes.

  • Strain syrup to remove fruit pieces.

Brewing Tea

  • Bring water to boil, then shut off and steep your tea bags for 5 minutes.

  • Remove tea bags allow to cool to room temperature, then add syrup to tea and refrigerate.

  • Serve over ice and garnish with peach slices if you like.


Calories: 111kcal | Carbohydrates: 28g | Sodium: 11mg | Potassium: 71mg | Sugar: 28g | Vitamin A: 120IU | Vitamin C: 2.5mg | Calcium: 8mg | Iron: 0.1mg

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  1. Rebecca Orr says

    I am so excited that you posted this! It is my favorite drink from Olive Garden as well. I don't think I have ever eaten there and not ordered it. Now I get to make it at home!


    • Lizzy says

      After working at OG I can say this is way better than what goes into it at the OG. Fresh and tasty!


  2. CarolCakes says

    we make tea like this, but add some fresh mint to the syrup


  3. Alison says

    Oo Olive Garden's peach tea is my absolute fav! I'll definitely have to give this a try! 🙂


  4. Kathi Adams says

    Are you using regular tea bags or family size?


    • Robin Gagnon says

      Regular tea bags.


  5. Devan says

    The tea there is actually a raspberry/peach tea but usually just say peach tea since that's what people know it by. They use a syrup that you can buy for $7 at the restaurant that lasts forever ! Well worth it.


  6. Parker says

    Are these family sized reabags or the smaller ones?


    • Parker says

      Nevermind. I didn't realize the other comments were hidden at first. Thanks.


      • Robin Gagnon says

        Yeah, they can get overwhelming on some articles, so I don't have them showing by default.


  7. Toni says

    Two questions: 1: what kind of tea bags? and 2: is it possible to use frozen peaches when peaches aren't in season? Thanks!


    • Robin Gagnon says

      Yes, frozen peaches are fine and standard black tea bags.


  8. Leta Sullivan says

    Can I use can Peaches since the peach syrup in the can to make peach ice tea? Love the tea when me and friend go to Olive Garden for lunch and we order Peach ice tea all the time.


    • Robin Gagnon says

      Why not give it a whirl... though, I would try the jarred peaches instead of canned. Those always taste "tinny" to me.


  9. Lisa Painter says

    How many servings does this recipe make?


    • Robin Gagnon says

      7-8 servings of iced tea


  10. Katherine Hall says

    How long can I keep the syrup before using it!


    • Robin Gagnon says

      It should last in the fridge for awhile.


  11. Jackie says

    Wonder how frozen peaches would work???


    • Robin Gagnon says

      I think they would work just fine, and this time of year the quality of fresh isn't so hot... at least on my area.


  12. Marisela says

    So refreshing. Used some Georgia peaches too! I took the left over peaches and made a peach cake with. Disnt want to waste any part of my peaches! Thank you


  13. Erin says

    I worked for Olive Garde. All you have to do is buy Monin brand peach raspberry syrup. And pour the whole bottle into 3 gallons of peach tea. Then put frozen peaches in there. That's it. The syrup has sugar in it.


    • Steve says

      Pour the syrup into peach tea or regular tea?


  14. Denise says

    Very easy and definitely good. I also drained the peaches after cooking and warmed them later. We used them on fresh biscuits as a jam. Soooo good. The tea is so refreshing.


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