For those of you who are trying to get rid of your iced coffee addiction, iced tea is the next best thing. Iced tea is super refreshing on a hot day, and is usually pretty low in calories (depending on what you add to it).
We have compiled a list of 11 places to stop by for a cold iced tea. Be sure to hit up some of these spots this summer!
1. Plentea // 1205 Queen St W.
Plentea is solely dedicated to tea, if you're indecisive you may have a hard time picking from one of their many flavours. Be sure to try the silk road chai or the peach green tea.
2. Hula Girl Espresso // 456 Ossington Ave.
Hula Girl Espresso is usually known for their incredible coffees, but they also make some incredible iced beverages as well! The floral blue green tea is unlike any other in the city, be sure to give it a try.
3. The Basil Box // 351 Yonge St.
Basil is a great spot for those looking for a natural and healthy option. This beautiful beverage is Thai Iced Tea made with natural cane sugar.
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4. Teara Lab // 181 College St.
Teara Lab offers a delicious mango green tea that is perfect for those of you looking to try something fruity and refreshing!
5. Modo Fruit and Tea // 482 Dundas St W.
Modo Fruit and Tea serves up their iced teas in adorable mason jars. If you stop by you should definitely try the watermelon milk black tea.
6. Tealish // 367 Roncesvalles Ave.
Tealish is an adorable tea shop with a great vibe. The staff are super friendly and their fairy dust ice tea is a must-try.
7. Majesteas //950 Queen St E
Majesteas has a large selections of teas to choose from, so if you're looking to try something new and a little bit outside of the box, this is the place for you. We recommend the Leslie lemon iced tea.
Photo cred -@saraa.baig
8. Tsaa Tea Shop // 412 Danforth Ave.
Peach iced tea is one of my favourites, so I had to include Tsaa Tea Shop on this list. Their iced teas are always super cold, and brewed to perfection!
9. Field Trip Cafe // 3 Westmoreland Ave.
Field trip cafe is an awesome spot to enjoy a beverage and catch up with friends. The atmosphere is awesome, and the staff are extremely friendly. Be sure to try the peppermint and lemongrass iced tea.
10. Sorry Coffee Co. // 102 Bloor St W.
Sorry Coffee Co. offers some of the most flavourful iced teas in the city, not to mention their aesthetic and cups are super cute as well.
11. Infuse Cafe // 354 Yonge St.
Infuse Cafe takes brewing the perfect cup of tea very seriously. Their Iced Miracle Mango is very delicious and fair priced.
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