Green Tea Hibiscus Fruit Punch

This Green Tea Hibiscus Fruit Punch recipe is the perfect combination of refreshing fruity flavors and nutrition. This beverage is teeming with healthy ingredients, like green tea. It’s perfect served with ice and a mint sprig.

Two tall glasses with ice and punch inside, one with a mint sprig at the top are sitting next to a mason jar full of punch.

I have spent more than a few days feeling tired all day long. Don’t you just hate those days? I committed to drinking green tea every day. and It’s truly the antidote to what ails you.

Not to say I haven’t had my bad days. But the good days are better and the bad days are not as bad as the worst ones. (My ode to Bilbo Baggins).

What You Need

You can find the full printable recipe, including ingredient quantities, below. But first, here are some explanations of ingredients and steps to help you make this recipe perfect every time.

Here are the ingredients you’ll need for this recipe:

  • Filtered water — You can use plain tap water, but I feel like filtered water delivers the best flavors of the drink. If your water has any flavor at all, you’ll want to use filtered water.
  • Green tea — I use either Kirkland Japanese Green Tea or Sprouts Green Tea.
  • Hibiscus Tea — You can make your own Hibiscu Tea or use Celestial Seasonings Red Zinger or any hibiscu hebal tea bag.
  • Mint tea — This is optional, but I enjoy adding a mint flavor. Any herbal mint tea bag will work. I used Bigelow Mint Medley.
  • Sweetener — You don’t have to have a sweetener. But if you want it a little sweet, I like using stevia and/or monkfruit. Or you can add maple syrup or agave nectar and stir it in.
  • Garnishes — Garnish this fruit punch with lemon or orange slices, fresh berries, and sprigs of mint.
Looking down on a mason jar with fruit punch, orange slices, and berries.

How to Make Green Tea Hibiscus Punch

  1. Heat the water in a saucepan over medium heat or in the microwave. Make sure the water is hot but not boiling, then remove from heat.
  2. Add the tea bags and allow them to steep for 3 to 5 minutes.
  3. Pour the cooled punch into a pitcher, add sweetener and stir to combine. Place in the fridge to chill.
  4. Serve with ice, lemon slices, berries, and mint sprigs.

Marly’s Tips

Add some plain or flavored sparkling water to make yours a fizzy drink.

Green Tea Hibiscus Benefits

I love feeling great and this hibiscus fruit punch is now a part of my regular routine during the summer.

Storage Tips

Keep this beverage refrigerated. It will keep up to 5 days in the fridge. Keep it covered to prevent any flavors from the fridge from infiltrating the beverage.

Looking down on two glasses and a mason jar with fruit punch. The jar holds fresh berries and orange slices.

This hibiscus punch is refreshing, minty, energizing, and absolutely perfect for the coming days of spring and summer!

Vegan Beverages

Two glasses hold fruit punch, ice, and mint sprigs. A mason jar is next to it with more fruit punch.
Two tall glasses with ice and punch inside, one with a mint sprig at the top are sitting next to a mason jar full of punch.

Green Tea Hibiscus Fruit Punch

This hibiscus fruit punch is infused with green tea and is easy to make. You'll love this refreshing drink full of fruity flavor!
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 7kcal
Author: Namely Marly

Ingredients

  • 4 cups filtered water
  • 1 green tea bag I used Kirkland Japanese Green Tea
  • 1 hibiscus herbal tea bag I used Celestial Seasonings Red Zinger
  • 1 mint tea bag I used Bigelow Mint Medley
  • Stevia Sweetener or Stevia Sweetener to taste
  • Lemon slices and frozen fruit such as blueberries

Instructions

  • Heat the water in a sauce pan over medium heat, until hot but not boiling.
  • Remove from heat and add the tea bags, allow to steep for about 5 minutes.
  • Remove the tea bags and allow the mixture to cool before pouring into a pitcher. Add sweetener and stir to combine. Add ice, lemon slices, and frozen fruit.

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Nutrition Facts
Green Tea Hibiscus Fruit Punch
Amount Per Serving
Calories 7
% Daily Value*
Sodium 13mg1%
Potassium 37mg1%
Carbohydrates 2g1%
Vitamin C 14.3mg17%
Calcium 15mg2%
Iron 0.2mg1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator and should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

Whatever punch or tea you’re sipping, enjoy!

Two tall glasses with ice and punch inside, one with a mint sprig at the top are sitting next to a mason jar full of punch. The text at the top reads, "Green Tea Hibiscus Fruit Punch."

This post was originally published in 2015 and was updated to include new photos, new text, and an updated recipe in 2020.

5 Responses to Green Tea Hibiscus Fruit Punch

  1. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyJamie | Jamie's Recipes Reply

    So bright and colorful! Just the perfect thing to pick me up from the grey rainy day. I actually have all the ingredients in my pantry right now! Cheers!

    • Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMarly

      Don’t you love that – when you see a recipe you want a try and you have the ingredients on hand? Here’s to bright, sunshiney days! 🙂

  2. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyAlison @Food by Mars Reply

    Yum!! And so pretty… this would be lovely for a spring brunch… PINNING THIS! xo

  3. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyRita Mary Hennigan Reply

    This looks so good.. the perfect summer drink! Can’t wait to make it!

    • Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMarly

      Hey Rita! I’m so glad you like the look of it. I’m SO surprised out how much hibiscus tea tastes like that Hawaiian punch stuff. Shawn’s not a big fan of mint so I leave that out for him. You may prefer it without mint too, but I happen to love the mint. In fact, now that my mint is coming up in the yard, I’m ready to add some fresh mint to my daily fruit punch. Yay!

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