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Summer Iced Tea a simple recipe, but this is the way to make very refreshing iced tea! 5-6 teabags English Breakfast or other "real" tea 1-2 bags peppermint herbal tea (cinnamon is good, too) 2 quarts (maybe a bit more) water about 4 big tsps. honey (or use sugar to taste) 1 tbsp (at least) lemon juice ice to fill about 1/2 a quart in pitcher Boil water in a pot, add tea and steep for 7 minutes. Add sweetener. Pour tea over ice, add lemon juice. Keep well-chilled. You can also leave about 5 tea bags in a couple of quarts of water overnight; it will make a very clear- looking tea. This is a good thing to keep around _at all times_ during the summer heat. leslie providence, RI

Summer Iced Tea


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(posted October 12, 1997)

Summer Iced
Tea

a
simple recipe, but this is the way
to make very refreshing iced
tea!

5-6 teabags
English Breakfast or other "real" tea
1-2 bags
peppermint herbal tea (cinnamon is good, too)
2 quarts (maybe a bit more) water
about 4
big tsps. honey (or use sugar to taste)
1 tbsp (at least)
lemon juice
ice to fill about 1/2 a quart in pitcher

Boil water in a pot, add tea and steep for 7 minutes.
Add sweetener. Pour
tea over ice, add lemon juice.
Keep well-chilled.

You can also leave about 5
tea bags in a couple of
quarts of water overnight; it will make a very clear-
looking
tea. This is a good thing to keep around
_at all times_ during the summer heat.


leslie
providence, RI





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from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada wrote:2  0

This is a great recipe! I can use the same recipe but use different tea bags for different flavours. Very happy to have found it. Thanks.
5 starsJuly 7, 2002


 
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