Easy iced tea

DSCN2560I’ve been making the easiest iced tea lately. The instructions on the box of tea says to use 2 tea bags, boiling water and ice. But then I use up all my tea in twice the time. I don’t like that.

Instead, I just take 1 tea bag, add about 3 cups of water, and store it in the fridge for at least 6 hours. It will steep while you’re at work or overnight, and you’ll have tasty tea whenever you want it. Add a squeeze of agave nectar (about 1 TBSP) to sweeten.

I like to have a little green tea in the afternoons, just to wake up a bit. Or some lemon-ginger lemonade. (Aren’t those the cutest tea boxes you’ve ever seen? I got them from Marks & Spencer in Prague.) Wild Berry Zinger is like cool-aid for grown ups. Today I’m trying Nettle tea, to help ward off the allergies.

I got that fabulous jar at a tag sale last year. Love it!

Lifehacker inspired this tea.


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