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I have just started to drink tea. I would love to get some recipes on how you make hot or iced tea. I do not like lemon or sugar in my tea. What brands are best? Do you make it in a pan or in a coffee maker? Please give me some tips.

Thanks so much.
Geri from KY.

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April 28, 20040 found this helpful

Slices of orange in a glass of iced tea is a really yummy alternative to lemon and sugar...

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April 28, 20040 found this helpful

I use Luzianne Decaf teabag-family size. I either put two bags in a 2 c. measuring cup and add at least 1 c. water and boil in microwave for 3 min. OR I put the bags in the carafe of my coffee maker, add about 1 c. water and let it run through. Let it stand at least 3 min. before adding enough water to make 1 qt. I know each bag makes 1 qt., but that is not strong enough for us-just experiment. I also use reverse osmosis water-make the prettiest clear tea. Connie

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April 28, 20040 found this helpful

IF YOU ADD JUST A 'PINCH' OF BAKING SODA TO YOUR STEEPING TEA (FOR ICED TEA) YOU CAN USE FEWER T BAGS

YOU WON`T TASTE THE B SODA

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April 28, 20040 found this helpful

The best way to make Iced Tea is to take 3 regular size tea bags, any kind will do, add to a half gallon of water, does not have to be hot, and let it sit for 3 hours. Remove the tea bags and you will have perfect, nonbitter, iced tea. It does not have to sit in the sun, you can in fact put it in the refrigerator for 5 hours or so and it will be done. This method also stops the tea from becoming cloudy.

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April 29, 20040 found this helpful

i make sun tea clean a gallon container put 8 small tea bags in or 3 large ones stick container outside in sun best tea

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April 29, 20040 found this helpful

I MAKE SUN ,TO ME IT TASTE BETTER THAN BOILED TEA. I GET A CLEAN GALLON JAR FILL WITH COLD WATER PUT 8 SMALL TEA BAGS OR 3 LARGE ONES PUT OUT IN SUN FOR ABOUT 3 OR 4 HOURS.

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April 29, 20040 found this helpful

Something that you might like to try in your tea is lime juice, fresh squeezed. We first had this at a Mexican restaurant, it was great! We just had to ask what it was, so we could make it at home. Fresh lime juice in sweetened tea. So refreshing on a hot summer day!

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April 29, 20040 found this helpful

I make iced tea in my drip coffee pot. Let it steep a couple hours depending on how strong you like it.

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May 5, 20040 found this helpful

I drink a lot of iced tea at work and needed a fast and easy way to make the tea. I have one of the large insulated cups (52oz) that you find at a convience store. I put two regular tea bags and one green tea bag in the cup and add about cup or so of hot water. I swirl the water and tea bags for a 30 or so seconds and let sit for two to three minutes. Then I add a couple handfuls of ice to the hot tea mix and fill with water. I take the tea bags out and squeeze the tea bags out. I add one packet of sweet and low and more ice if needed.

Christy

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June 16, 20040 found this helpful

How can I make peach tea. I saw it somewhere on t.v. or something and can't remember it. I love tea and peaches. thanks.

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June 16, 20040 found this helpful

I have never heard of peach tea. I bet you could use an old fashioned lemon juicer or even a blender and get as much juice out of it that you want and then use cheesecloth to filter out the pulp. Add the juice to your tea.

Or you could boil the peaches in 10-12 cups of water and use that water to make your tea in.

Red Robin restaurant makes lemonade and they put fresh raspberries or strawberries (your choice) in it and they leave a little pulp from the lemon in there. It is good, just not sure how it would be in tea though.

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January 20, 20050 found this helpful

try Chai tea....very delicious and satisfy's a sweet tooth!

Buy Chai teabags (Liptons has them)

2 cups water in saucepan

add tea bag

boil

Add 2 tablespoons of brown sugar..the demura (dark) and 1 cup milk. (powdered, skim or 1%)

Remove from heat. serve. Serves 4

If you look around in the net you will find out how to make Chai tea yourself instead of buying the tea bags, saving a lot of money

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January 20, 20050 found this helpful

Ginger Tea

Use the cheap tea bags..1 tea bag, 2 cups water,add a dollar sized piece of fresh ginger. Boil in a saucepan. Reduce heat and let simmer for 10 minutes. Add sweetened condensed milk until mixture is nice golden color. Serves 3 or 4

Delicious!

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August 8, 20070 found this helpful

To make ice tea I use my aunt's recipe.

Use large jar or pitcher of cold water.

add teabags. Refridgerate overnight.

If when you go to serve it, it has turned

cloudy, put 1 Tbsp of very hot water

to your drink. I also make my ice cubes

of the tea.

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August 28, 20070 found this helpful

I don't like using sugar, but I do use Splenda (for all those that have a sweet tooth but like to be healthy). it's easy to remember - 3, 13, 1. 1 gallon of water for 3 family sized tea bags (I also use Luzianne). And then 3 minutes in the microwave and let it steep for an hour - then pour it over 1 cup of Splenda. Put it in the fridge till it cools and add ice.

For hot tea, I just use the bags at the store, the White Peach Tea is really good. But if you want to make your own, you can use one of those Birtish tea makers, or just use a little tea leaf holder and boil the water and let it steep in your cup and if you want to add some flavor, try using some flavored creamer.

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