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Let's Make Some Delicious Iced Tea!


Let's Make Some Delicious Iced Tea!
Let's Make Some Delicious Iced Tea!


Ahh, summer time. The weather is warm, the sun is out, and there's nothing quite like a tall glass of freshly brewed iced tea. Iced tea can be enjoyed in a variety of ways using different methods and ingredients. Let’s explore some of the different ways one can make delicious iced tea in their own home!



Cold Brewing

One of the easiest ways to make iced tea is by cold brewing. All you need is loose-leaf tea, cold water, and a pitcher or jar with a lid. Simply add your loose-leaf tea to the pitcher or jar filled with cold water, seal it up, and let it sit in the refrigerator for 8-12 hours. Once it’s steeped for long enough, strain out the leaves and enjoy your cold-brewed iced tea! It’s that simple. The best part about this method is that you can get creative with flavours—just mix and match different types of teas (black, green, white) with herbs (mint, basil) and fruits (lemon slices or berries) to create your own unique blend!


Traditional Hot Brewing Method

If you prefer more traditional methods of making iced tea, then hot brewing might be the way to go. Start off by boiling water and adding in your desired amount of loose-leaf tea into an infuser or strainer. Give it enough time to steep—the longer you wait, the stronger the flavour will be—and then strain out any remaining leaves once finished. Pour your freshly brewed hot tea into a glass filled with ice cubes and stir until all of the ice has melted; this will help cool down your hot beverage quickly without watering it down too much! Add some sugar or honey if desired before enjoying your freshly brewed cup of iced tea.


Sun Tea Brewing Method

The final method we’ll discuss today is sun brewing—a great option if you’re looking for a hands-off way to make delicious homemade iced tea! All you need for this method are loose-leaf teas (or bags), cold water, and a large glass container such as a mason jar or pitcher that is safe for storing food outside in direct sunlight for several hours. Place your desired amount of loose-leaf tea (or bags) into your container along with cold water and seal it up tightly before setting it outside in direct sunlight for 4-6 hours (depending on how strong you like your beverage). Once finished brewing in the sun, simply strain out any remaining leaves from the liquid before pouring over ice cubes; add some sugar if desired before serving up some refreshingly icy homemade sun brew!




There are so many fun ways to make delicious homemade beverages such as iced teas during these warmer months! From traditional hot brewing methods to more creative options such as sun brewing or cold brewing, there are plenty of recipes available online for those wanting to experiment with different flavours and techniques when crafting their perfect cup of refreshment! So grab yourself some tea along with some fresh fruits/herbs/spices. it’s time to get creative in making delicious cups of homemade icy goodness this summer season! Enjoy!



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