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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Based on a 2,000 calorie diet

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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!

This is very good for those who like UNSWEETENED iced tea and not southern sweet tea. I added a pinch of baking soda and served it over ice with a fresh slice of lemon - very refreshing.

I've been making iced tea this way for a long time, however I only use 4 teabags and I only steep it 4 minutes. It comes out perfect every time! People are always asking how I make my tea!

Being from the south, iced tea is a must with every meal as rice is with Chinese food. I don't think I have ever been able to brew tea with just hot tap water. I have had to boil it somehow...e...

This was a great starter recipe. I made it with green tea and it was delicious, though like others said, i added sugar. Also, instead of teabags, I used loose leaf green tea. I only added about ...

Not everyone from the south likes sugar in their tea. I like unsweetened or with a touch of lemon.

I found the taste a little bitter for me, so I added 1 Tbsp of sugar per tea bag to sweeten it.