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1/2 cup loose rooibos ( red South African ) loose tea leaves 14 cups room temeperature water 3 oranges 1/2 cup sugar ( or as desired ) Ice as needed Every year I make sun tea and I do love to try different teas. The rooibos tea normally tastes slightly sweet and nutty. Place tea in a cheese cloth and tie into a pouch. Place this in a clear glass gallon container. Add the water and seal and place in a very sunny spot. About 45 minutes later the tea should be a deep red color. Discard the tea enclosed cheesecloth. Juice two of the oranges and add juice to the tea. Add sugar ( as desired ) and mix to dissolve. Add some ice and chill container. When chilled , cut the remaining orange into slices and add to the tea. Approximately 10 to 12 servings. Note: those empty glass gallon mayonnaise/pickle jars make good containers.

Rooibos Sun Tea


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(posted April 25, 2007)

1/2 cup loose rooibos ( red South African ) loose
tea leaves
14 cups room temeperature water
3 oranges
1/2 cup
sugar ( or as desired )
Ice as needed

Every year I make sun
tea and I do love to try different teas. The rooibos tea normally tastes slightly sweet and nutty.

Place
tea in a cheese cloth and tie into a pouch. Place this in a clear glass gallon container. Add the water and seal and place in a very sunny spot. About 45 minutes later the tea should be a deep red color. Discard the tea enclosed cheesecloth. Juice two of the oranges and add juice to the tea. Add sugar ( as desired ) and mix to dissolve. Add some ice and chill container. When chilled , cut the remaining orange into slices and add to the tea. Approximately 10 to 12 servings.

Note: those
empty glass gallon mayonnaise/pickle jars make good containers.


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