It's Back! Harney Happy Hour

Some of you may remember our Harney Happy Hour campaign we introduced last summer. If you missed it, or if you didn’t miss it but meant to snag the recipes for your own but forgot, you’re in luck! Our cool, frui-tea and oh so delish iced tea cocktails are back!

So bring the heat, Summer, we got this. Six refreshing, perfect for chillin’ by the pool and grillin’ like a fool tea-inspired cocktails. Give one, two or all six a try and let us know what you think.

Welcome back to Harney Happy Hour. Cheers!


One of our favorite things about summer, besides drinking iced tea, is all the fresh fruit available. We partnered with a mixologist to create this iced tea cocktail using Peach Fresh Brewed Iced Tea and… wait for it… peaches.

What You'll need

How to make a Peach St. Clair

  1. Instead of following the brewing directions on the back of the tin, steep your tea in 2 cups of boiling water for 15 minutes. Let cool.
  2. Add peach preserves and basil leaves to your shaking tin. Muddle.
  3. Add remaining ingredients and ice to tin and shake well.
  4. Double strain into a coupe glass and garnish with basil leaves and a lemon slice.
  5. Enjoy!


This recipe is the perfect warm-weather cocktail. Our Raspberry Herbal Iced Tea pairs brilliantly with the tart lemon flavour to create a refreshing beverage that is begging to be drunk poolside or, frankly, just about anywhere hot.

What You'll need

How to make an Iced Raspberry Tea Collins

  1. Add all ingredients except tea and club soda to a shaking tin and then add ice.
  2. Shake well and strain over ice into a highball glass.
  3. Top with club soda and then tea.
  4. Garnish with berries.
  5. Cheers!


We see your Tequila Sunrise and raise you a Blood Orange Rum Punch. Made with fresh blood orange juice, rum and our Blood Orange Fresh Brew Iced Tea, this drink will make you want to get your reggae on, mon!

What You'll need

How to make an Blood Orange Rum Punch

  1. To a glass, add ice, juice, rum and Blood Orange Fresh Brew Iced Tea.
  2. Add white sugar and sweeten to taste (optional).
  3. Stir well and garnish with blood orange slices and a few sprigs of thyme.
  4. Get your reggae on
  5. Enjoy, mon!