Friday, June 12, 2015

Cold-Brewed Iced Tea



The outside temperature is rising, so it’s time to think COOL and stay hydrated. Here’s an oh- so-easy way to make iced tea that doesn’t even require the use of the stove. Different from sun-brewed teas, this variation relies on the use of a refrigerator, so it’s chilled and ready to sip in a matter of a few hours! 
Ready-to-serve, cold-brewed iced tea!
Cold-Brewed Iced Tea
Serves 8
Select your favorite tea

Ingredients:
10 tea bags of your choice (I used black tea with a hint of pomegranate.)
8 cups cold water
lemon wedges


                                                       

Directions:
Getting ready to cold-brew the tea
1. Place 10 teabags and 8 cups of cold water in a large pitcher. Cover; refrigerate at least 4 hours.
2. Discard tea bags before serving. Sweeten, if desired.
3. Pour brewed tea over ice; garnish with lemon wedges. 

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