This drink is just the opposite of a smoothie and it’s sugar free. With a healthy base of green tea, the heat from the boiling water pulls all of the nutrients out of the added fresh ingredients. Then, the cold refrigeration stops the cooking process so the fruits and veggies are not zapped of their vitamins and benefits.
Bring the filtered water to a boil.
Take the water off the stove and add the green tea bags to steep in the boiled water for about 5 minutes.
While the tea is steeping, add the slices of cucumber, orange, and lemon to a large pitcher. Add the grated ginger.
When the tea is done steeping, pour it into the pitcher filled with the fresh fruit and ginger.
Toss the mint leaves in the pitcher and chill in the refrigerator for about one hour.
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