Sugar Free Oranage Juice Substitute

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“Ok... depending on where you live or your ability to read German, this might be a bit of a challenge. I use a brand of tea called "Milford"..... which is a GERMAN brand LOL! For this recipe, you will need "Blutorange" (blood orange). GermanDeli .com or sells them or if you can read german, go to "" and click on the word "shipping". From there you can change the language to English. It IS WORTH THE EFFORT if you can get this brand. I'm a tea-aholic and spend a lot of time in the "tea aisle" of grocery stores around the USA and in other countries (it's my favorite aisle), and I've never seen THIS flavor in the USA. Actually, I've never seen most of "Milford"'s delicious flavors anywere, which is why I've got 50 boxes of their tea in my kitchen. They are all fruit or fruit-blends, like blueberry-vanilla, Apricot, they have an incredible berry blend, and 5 other flavors, there's a lot! They almost have the entire tea aisle to themselves in Germany! When these teas cool off and you remove the bags and put them in the refrigerator, they taste like juice! Incredible! Delish as a hot tea, and Delish as a juice substitute.”
1 pitcher

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 10 blood orange tea bags
  • filtered water
  • agave syrup (optional. I never use it)


  1. Put tea bags into heat proof pitcher.
  2. Boil filtered water and poor over tea bags and let them soak, the longer they soak, the stronger the flavor. However, after 15 minute - it makes no more difference.
  3. Remove tea bags and put pitchter in refidgerator after it's cooled to room tempertature.
  4. Tomorrow morning you will have a sugar free orange juice!

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