A Non-Bitter Iced Tea Recipe

iced tea glassIs it hot where you live?  Yes, me too.

Do you like iced tea?  Yes, same here.

Isn’t it weird how the canned or pre-made versions don’t actually taste like iced tea?  Yes.  Yes it is.

If you’ve got temperatures that are above “luke warm” outside, making iced tea is really easy to do, and great for Bubble Children, as it avoids the complicating additives such as high fructose corn syrup (bad for corn Bubbles), preservatives (bad for everyone), and doesn’t taste bitter.

It’s so easy:

ICED TEA BEGINNING<–for every liter of water put a bag of your favorite tea in a sealed container (so no bugs or anything get in) and leave it outside where it gets at least 2 hours of direct sunlight

after even an hour<–forget about it for the afternoon while you are at work/play (this is what it looks like after just an hour)

After an afternoon?  You’ve got iced tea.  Add honey and some mint for that sweet touch.

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