Iced Tea I

Iced Tea I

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"Like real iced tea, but do you hate boiling the water and then waiting for the tea to cool? Try making it with hot tap water."

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  1. Put tea bags in a 2 quart pitcher. Add hot water. Let sit at least 15 minutes. Add cold water and remove tea bags. refrigerate and serve over ice.
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well, since this recipe isn't called southern iced tea, i thought it was perfect according to ingredients. Iced tea just how i like it. :)

This was easy to make but still not as good as the traditional Southern method of boiling water with sugar. Added a cup of sugar as well.

This needs 1 cup of sugar added to it and it would be southern ice tea!