Refreshing Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea

The Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea is a refreshing non-alcoholic drink that is very popular at the restaurant. You can make the Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea at home.
Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea with fresh peaches

Everyone goes to the Olive Garden to enjoy eating Italian-family style. If you go there for a summer lunch, you will probably want something light and refreshing to drink, like iced tea. The Olive Garden offers you a choice of iced teas that go very well with summer lunches. One of my favorites is peach iced tea, although it doesn’t appear to be on the Olive Garden’s menu anymore. However, you can easily make this iced tea and enjoy it at home.

Peach Syrup Makes this Iced Tea Special

The Olive Garden uses Monin’s gourmet syrups to flavor several of its drinks. Using Monin’s peach syrup is an easy way to make this peach iced tea, but if you prefer to make your own syrup with fresh peaches, you can. I’ve also discovered two other products – Kern’s Peach Nectar and Torani Peach Syrup – which also make a delicious peach iced tea.

Ingredients for the Olive Garden Peach iced tea copycat recipe.

Peach Iced Tea is A Refreshing Drink to go With Summer

There is something extra refreshing about this iced tea, and there is no reason why you can’t enjoy fresh homemade peach iced tea all through the summer. It adds a perfect, peachy touch to outdoor barbeques. The Olive Garden is offering a variation on this tea called Bellini Peach-Raspberry Iced Tea, which also sounds delicious so I have provided instructions for this tea also.

Love the Olive Garden? Be sure to check out these copycat Olive Garden Recipes

Olive Garden Spinach Artichoke Dip
Olive Garden Lemon Cream Cake
Slow Cooker Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana

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Recreate the Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea at home. You are going to love this homemade iced tea recipe for the copycat Peach Iced Tea just like the Olive Garden.

Olive Garden Peach Iced Tea

Here are two different ways you can make the famous Olive Garden Iced Tea. 
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Iced Tea, Olive Garden Recipes
Servings: 8
Calories: 180kcal


  • 3 family iced tea bags
  • 2 quarts water
  • 8 ounces peach syrup You can use premade, or make your own
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 cup sliced fresh peaches
  • 1 cup sugar


Make the tea

  • A good ratio of tea to water is 3 tea bags to 6 cups of water. Use your favorite tea. Let the tea bags steep for approximately 5 minutes. 

Homemade Syrup

  • If you do not use one of the 3 pre-made syrups, place 2 cups of water and 1 cup of sugar in a medium-sized pot.  Heat the water until it boils, and then turn off the burner.  Place the sliced peaches into the pot.  Steep the peaches for about 30 minutes strain out the teaches, and you will have the syrup.   
  • After you prepare your iced tea, refrigerate the peach syrup.  

To Make the Peach Iced Tea

  • Combine 8 ounces of peach syrup and the 2 quarts of brewed iced tea together.  Stir well.  Serve with slices of fresh peaches if desired. 


Calories: 180kcal | Carbohydrates: 47g | Protein: 0g | Fat: 0g | Saturated Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 0mg | Sodium: 31mg | Potassium: 54mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 47g | Vitamin A: 65IU | Vitamin C: 1.2mg | Calcium: 13mg | Iron: 1.1mg
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  1. Betsy

    5 stars
    “Steep the peaches for about 30 minutes strain out the teaches, and you will have the syrup.”

    HAHAHA Strain out the teaches:) When I was young, my brother got into trouble in grade school because he called the teacher “Teach ka dee dee” This brought back that wonderful memory. Yeah, of my brother getting into trouble. It was usually I who got into trouble. I was the little sister, always mischevious:)

  2. Erika Heckl

    Can I use sugar substitute and if so, what would be the desired amount? I am new to being diabetic so sugar substitutes confuse me something awful.

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