Brew Tea in a Coffee Maker

When I make iced tea I always make it with my coffee maker. I make 2 separate gallons. I put 8 teabags in the brew basket where the coffee and filter would go and brew a full pot. I use that for sweet Iced tea. Pour into gallon jug add water and sugar.

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For the second gallon, keep the 8 teabags in the coffee maker and add 2 fresh teabags, brew another pot, just as good, add a package of unsweetened lemonade or raspberry for tea cooler. Sweeten to taste.

Source: my mom

By Dee from NY

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June 13, 20100 found this helpful

I've found that if you open the tea bags and pour it in the filter like you do ground coffee, it is even stronger so you may have to use fewer tea bags.

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June 13, 20100 found this helpful

Or just place tea bags into a large empty juice container with plain ole' hot tap water, by the next morning or that eve. It tastes excellent.

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June 11, 20101 found this helpful

I have found an excellent way to brew tea without a tea maker. I have a small 4 cup coffee pot and I put 2 teabags in the carafe and fill the top with cold water. In no time I have tea without boiling water in stove or microwave. Works well for me!

Source: A hairdresser shared this tip with me.

By Elaine from Iowa

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Brew Tea in a Coffee Maker

The only problem here is that the water in the coffee maker isn't boiling - and you must have boiling water to make good tea. Sorry - guess it's because I'm English! (12/04/2008)

By Joan

Brew Tea in a Coffee Maker

I make tea this way all the time. It's doesn't have to boil to be good. I also use my coffee maker for coffee, after cleaning out the flavor of the tea. Saves so much space on your counter top- one appliance.

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I fill my pitcher with ice cubes, sweeten my tea, pour tea over the ice. Stir, you got an easy way to make ice tea. Saves lots of time, also. We in the south love our sweeten ice tea year around. (12/04/2008)

By DEE

Brew Tea in a Coffee Maker

I do the same thing because the ice tea maker my son bought conked out after only a month. Another thing you could try is to put the tea bags in a container of tap water the night before and let it steep in the fridge. (12/04/2008)

By Edith

Brew Tea in a Coffee Maker

You are right. You have a better cup of tea if the water is boiling but this was a suggestion to help out in a pinch; at work for instance. I guess I didn't know better because just my ancestors came from England! LOL (12/04/2008)

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